Leading a team is a full-time job in itself.
Are you, an experienced manager, familiar with the scenario where you have your own job to do and have to lead a team practically on the side?
Or have you only recently been promoted from a specialist to a manager and been given a whole range of completely new tasks?
PRIMARILY, LEADERSHIP IS ALL ABOUT MANAGING YOURSELF WELL SO THAT YOU CAN THEN MANAGE OTHERS
If you want to be a leader, you need to develop high levels of motivation as you will be:
- responsible for getting things done within the company
- responsible for achieving the company objectives
- largely involved in how the company culture is expressed and developed
- responsible for the employees in your team, enabling them to grow both in and out of the workplace
If you want to lead:
- you first need to learn to lead yourself
- you should be able to reflect on and be aware of your own motivation, values and communication skills
- you aim to promote a workplace where employees can experience security, clarity, structure and individuality
- however easy it may sound, you need to like people
THESE DAYS, A GOOD LEADER IS AN INTEGRAL LEADER OR ONE WHO KNOWS INTEGRAL LEADERSHIP.
You will learn to understand that you cannot use the same leadership approach to manage the whole team and that you will achieve much better results for all concerned if your approach is adapted to the cognition, communication skills, values and understanding, capabilities and cultural system of each individual employee, the team and the company.
You are better able to reflect on your own actions and those of others. In the best case scenario, this will allow you to react more quickly to counteract negative developments (such as bullying, withholding information, tension caused by cultural differences, missing target deadlines, etc.).
You are much better able to reflect on how you and others are perceived and thus encourage dialogue on how your employees perceive themselves and others.
You can make more accurate and effective decisions on who to entrust with what work and when.
You can set agreed targets and conduct employee reviews transparently while promoting the team and valuing your employees.
This improves your resilience and thus enhances your own skills and resources for handling emotionally stressful or challenging times, and finding solutions.
You can make your team-building and team-motivation measures more sensible and valuable for all.
You yourself gain greater knowledge on handling increasing complexity and uncertainty, which also has a positive effect on your team.
You are much better at gauging when, how and with whom to initiate change processes within your team.
HOW CAN YOU USE YOUR SKILLS TO BECOME OR CONSOLIDATE YOUR ABILITY AS AN INTEGRAL MANAGER?
My support and coaching are intended and designed for various management levels.
You can learn and consolidate the principles of integral leadership either on a one-to-one basis or with the rest of your management team.
What I offer is tailored to what you, your company and, in turn, your employees need.
What I offer is just as flexible, with coaching sessions, consultations, cross-company training sessions on personality development and individually tailored seminars for your company.