Although our world constantly develops, leadership will continue to be at the core of business success, inspiring and attracting talent.
An impactful leader is aware of his own strengths and weaknesses and can successfully transform the leadership according to situations, teams and individuals.
When we work with management teams, we clarify where the desired impact comes from and provide tools to increase this impact. The journey to impressive leadership is different for everyone, which is why we always take into account the requirements of your organisation's situation, strategy and business environment.
Below are a few examples of our solutions we can customise to support you and your company to succeed in leadership.
A basis for a successful company is a healthy workplace where everyone feels they have a purpose and can be heard. The management team often plays a crucial role in maintaining a positive and forward-looking spirit. Its consistent and systematic way of working is reflected in the rest of the staff and makes the entire company's operations more efficient.
What is coaching leadership?
Coaching leadership for an effective corporate culture
In a modern company, managers work in a coaching style. They involve everyone in decision-making and problem-solving. Coaching leadership can be seen throughout the workplace, promoting an open company culture.
What is coaching leadership?
Coaching leadership is about positive collaboration based on a good relationship in which the manager listens, asks questions and encourages team members in different situations. Work gets done efficiently when the interaction is open and respectful.
Coaching leadership ensures that each employee commits to personal goals and targets and actively searches for approaches and methods that work. Therefore, coaching leadership increases employees' ability to manage themselves and their desire to develop their work to achieve their goals.
A leadership style based on coaching is essential for a functioning workplace. It creates a safe atmosphere where the focus is on the success and challenges of employees. Managers and supervisors are ready to support whenever an employee asks for or needs help. This means they look for solutions together; it does not mean managers should have ready-made solutions to challenges.
A coaching approach in the management team
The management team members should be aware
of how significantly they influence the company's culture through their
actions. Employees will also adopt this approach when the management team is
committed to listening to each other, having a continuous dialogue, developing
their work and focusing on solutions.
When it comes to the internal development of the management team, a coaching approach means that the focus is on the team's activities, cooperation and interaction. It is crucial to consider how to get top experts in their field to collaborate and build a team where everyone's skills are needed. It is essential to ask what is required of each individual and the management team as a whole to achieve the goals and get results.
Developing leadership skills is the responsibility of every member of the management team and other leaders. Knowing one's strengths and development areas is essential because leadership development starts with knowing oneself and with the ability to lead oneself. A good workplace needs leaders who are comfortable with themselves.
Coaching leadership is connected to a company culture that defines how people work with each other and how goals are achieved. An open and trusting atmosphere promotes a functioning corporate culture, which is ultimately the only force driving the company forward.
Culture can and should be led.
Hybrid leadership - from the workplace to the networkplace
Work continues to evolve, not least during the past few years. We are facing an ever more complex workplace, or networkplace, where leaders guide organisations and their people across digital, physical, social and mental spaces and technologies.
We recently hosted an event together with Microsoft on hybrid leadership, watch the event recording here.
The biggest concerns with leadership are loss of creativity, innovation, spontaneous development and improvement initiatives, difficulty in cross-team and cross-function communication and tacit knowledge sharing, drying up of team spirit, team member motivation, and engagement, evaporation of individual engagement and wellbeing as well as onboarding new employees into the work community
How does hybrid leadership differ?
Hybrid leadership needs to be more individualised for each team member. It requires more time, planning and focus than before and cannot happen “on the go”. Leaders need to work actively on developing team spirit, team and goal alignment, engagement and motivation. Leaders need to trust team members to deliver results also when out of sight. Hybrid leadership also requires online facilitation skills to be able to engage team members, increase creativity, knowledge-sharing and team spirit
Learn how we can support you to successfully lead in hybrid.
We can support you in themes such as
- Clarity and purposeful vision
- Impactful communication
- Engaging leadership in the networkplace
- Smart teamwork and collaboration
- Harnessing technology content by Microsoft
Executive management teams
A successful management team ensures its renewal, clarifies the interaction of their team and the way they work, and strengthens the coaching way of leading. A well-functioning management team renews itself and develops its operations based on the strategy. The group mirrors its renewal to the organisation's capability and competence needs.
Through our development programmes and coaching, management teams renew themselves on an individual and a team level. While the team strengthens its capabilities, competence, and way of working, individual management team members build their own development plan as a leader. We combine different development and group coaching methods, surveys, mapping, and self-assessment methods to support renewal.
Examples of management team development themes:
- Management team operations in leading change
- Identifying and managing strategic capabilities
- Leading culture
- Tasks and objectives of a new management team
- Development and management of strategic competencies
- Management team diversity, team dynamics and interaction
Leadership and management
Does your organisation's leadership support your strategy?
Through our solutions, leaders get the tools to implement the strategy and make it functional in their own team.
A good, impactful leader understands the kind of management suitable for their organisation and its operating environment. Our development solutions identify impactful management skills and the strengths of the leader. We help the leader understand how to lead, renew and support individual team members in developing their competence.
Self-management is an essential part of leadership. A leader needs to know themself well, their strengths, and understand what motivates them to be able to lead others well. We support the leader's growth by using a number of methods, including self-assessments, strength mapping, 360-assessments and coaching processes.