Leadership Coaching: 4 Tips To Create A Dynamic Organization

July 3, 2012 by  Filed under: Management 

What’s In An Organization?

What’s in a business and in an organization? Typically we would find people being grouped together and doing what they should be doing. And as these employees do the tasks assigned to them, they are doing their part, contributing to the success of the business. Nonetheless, employees have to fulfill their jobs efficiently. It’s a symbiotic working relationship wherein employees render their services to the company while the company provides them job satisfaction and job security.

Strong leadership in this endeavor has to be able to a create cohesive team that is able to work interdependently with one another. This setting leaves little room for an individualistic approach. What is essential is interdependency and harmony among members of the team. Teams should consider every part as indispensable. This synergy moves the team forward speedily than when each member is working on their own which often results to disharmony. This, in turn hampers the movement of the team. Just like an orchestra, every part of the team should do their part well so that they produce a beautiful symphony. Then again, just as the orchestra needs to have a strong and competent director, the team needs a strong leader.

The Company As An Organism

We usually think that in an organization, separate members are doing their particular tasks to achieve the common goals of the team. What about an organism? How is an organism defined? An organism is thought of as a unified being that works single- mindedly to accomplish its purposes. What about your company? Is it supposed to work like an organization, or an organism? Your company working collectively should work like an organism that functions in a unified manner. It is apt to make you achieve your goals with better success. How do you bring life to your company in the same way that you bring life to an organism?

Tips To Make Your Business Dynamic

  • Make a list of all your stakeholders and incorporate them in your organizational charts. This means all members of your staff and their designations along with external stakeholders such as the customers and suppliers.
  • In your organizational culture, develop a concept that validates staff members and their unique contributions to the organization.
  • Provide opportunities and channels for the initiatives of the staff and their ideas and contributions.
  • Clarify the vision and mission of your organization. Develop a strong focus on them. Your staff needs to understand what the organization wants to achieve so they will know what they can and should do.

Strong leadership should focus on creating interdependent teams that create a dynamic living organism which is the organization as a whole.

By the way, do you want to learn more about leadership in your company? If so, download your FREE ebook here: Guide to Elegant Courage Leadership

Jodi and Mike specialize in executive coaching with individuals and teams. http://lighthouse-leadership.com

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