Let's just start off by understanding that leadership looks different depending on the institution or organization's role, goals, needs and the people it serves. It should also be ever-evolving. A closer look and assessment of leadership can help pin-point culprits of discord and find solutions to many issues that arise within employee relations, thus overall improving positive relationships and productivity.
Effective leadership is not the absence of problems, but rather the presence and willingness to implement effective strategies that will dismantle barriers for the long-term. The key word is effective (data-based from your organization)-personalized to the organization, team, or individual within the organization. Finding effective ways to promote organizational wellness quite often requires selected leadership to step outside of their comfort zones and accept that their truth is not everyone else's, turn away from the utilization of generic leadership courses and models offering shiny polish to dull and dented armor (fools gold), and realize that they, themselves, may NOT be doing the job responsibility that leadership requires (🤯).
This leads us to questions every leadership team should address (brace yourself, there are plenty.):
I hope that you will stay tuned as we dive into transformed leadership. Leadership is the MASTER KEY in an organization, designed to unlock doors to barriers within it that hinder its overall well-being and productivity. When it fails, it is no longer effective as the intricate piece that runs the operation.