Effective Leadership in the Midst of Organizational Transtion
It is reported that two-thirds of business survive two years in business, half of all businesses will survive five years, and one-third will survive 10. It can be safe to guest that those who have survived ten years have seen their share of ups and downs when it comes to revenue and growth. Yes, Business can be cyclical. For some organizations and companies, there are great runs where we many celebrate. Yet, on the other hand, there are valleys that seem unending for some. It is these valleys that may ignite organizational change and upheval at times. This change sometimes is unavoidable and must be completed to continue the sustainability of the company. However, for new incoming leadership, what are the keys to handling a successful transition in those moments?
This presentation aims to offer quick tools in the midst of organizational erosion for new leaders.
Key points include:
-Understanding how to achieve high output with a segmented staff (Less is more)
-Developing resilience in the wake of change (Patience with the Process, we may be here a while)
-Find collaborators who share “THE VISION” (Some new coaches need a new quarterback)
-Leading a staff in the midst of chaos (You don’t just care for a program you care for careers)