“LEARNING IS THE DISCIPLINE OF REPEATING WITHOUT REPETITION”
– Arjan Molenkamp –
Any organisation that wants to grow faster than competitors, requires a leadership style of exploration and utilization of all available resources and opportunities.
In order to support such ambition, it is important to set up a structure for continuous development and improvement in teams with participative leadership and a strong focus on creating and celebrating weekly successes.
Learning-by-doing in small but consistent step will create quick results. Employee engagement on the preferred actions and constructive feedback on the outcome will create an entrepreneurial mindset and positive attitude to aim even higher.
Our blogs about High-Performance Organisation
‘Good is not good enough’ and ‘You’re only as good as your last results’ are common management phrases indicating that the bar will be raised again and again. Whereas it may be good to stretch employees both for personal development and revenue/profit, it may become counter-productive if a manager starts stressing people instead of stretching.read more
Working on a High-preformance organisation?
Management Master Mind is a platform that facilitates exchange of today’s’ leadership opportunities/challenges and share practical solutions. For the self-starters, there is a very structured and practical guideline as captured in the book on Behavioral Leadership. For those that like to get more examples of challenges and success stories, there is a blog for all five focus ambitions. Finally, there will be workshops, consulting and coaching for those that prefer more in-depth engagement and exchange.
The book on Behavioral Leadership
A step-by-step interactive approach to create success through employee and customer engagement covering all ambitions.
The blog on challenges and success-stories
A variety of easy-to-read articles that give more practical insights on the five ambitions that drive success.
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