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“My boss needs to take this course.” This is what we hear from supervisors and team leaders who take our front line leadership course.
On the other side of the equation I hear the frustrations of senior executives as they question why the rest of the organization doesn’t “get with the program” in terms of executing the strategies and plans they develop.
The fact is that the leaders at the senior and front line levels are both trying to do what is best. They just aren’t synchronized. And the time and energy wasted because of the confusion is holding the organization back from its full potential. In this LeaderFeeder I’ll share some ideas on how to get alignment to achieve consistent, capable leadership at every level.
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Senior management crafts the strategies and front line leaders help execute them, right? In reality, both levels of leadership are frustrated. The senior leaders wonder why there is so much resistance to implementing new initiatives. Front line leaders wonder why managers appear so disconnected from the operational challenges faced at the front line.
The goal is to have a consistent and capable leadership team from top to bottom. Here are a few ideas to bring both sides together:
For Senior Managers/Executives
For Front Line Leaders
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By looking for the symptoms that your leadership team is disconnected from each other and building a bridge between levels, you can reduce stress and frustration and redirect your energies to advancing the organization towards its goals.
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