Leading people well is hard. Someone is always displeased with either the results or the method. Sometimes the push to show results can edge out our concern for company values … or even coworkers. And there are always more theories than solutions.
We’ve been there. We get it.
But what if there wasn’t just one solution? What if there was a way to lead teams and individuals with an adaptive style that could yield better results? What if this style of leadership could be learned by training and practice? What if we could help? And what if the process wouldn’t be boring and tedious?
“Many managers mistakenly assume that leadership style is a function of personality rather than strategic choice. Instead of choosing the one style that suits their temperament, leaders should ask which style best addresses the demands of a particular situation.” Daniel Goleman