Within larger structures, the leader is the one who inspires, who is generally the ‘translator’ of the global strategy into vision and mission for his/her organization, department and team. He/She is the guarantor of the fluidity of operations within his/her department and of interactions with other departments.
Regardless of the size of the organization, the business leader faces the same challenges: creating a climate of trust and performance, uniting his teams around a vision, developing talent, growing his organization (totally or partially) and the people that make it up.
One might think that one industry or company is unique and doesn’t compare to the others, as the challenges are multiple and complex, and as they vary from one structure to another, from one organization to another, depending on the situation of growth or decline.
And yet, all companies and industries have one factor in common which is dealing with human persons in a variety of versions: The human person with his/her potential, his/her talents, his/her convictions, his/her beliefs, the human person in a team, encountering problems, facing successes or errors, etc.
Human relations are at the heart of a company . We all face the same challenges and difficulties such as defining (or cascading) the vision, missions, values and objectives, short and medium term business planning, performance management and decision making, standardizing and simplifying processes, problem solving and conflict management, change management, etc.
At Becoming Leader, we support all companies, whether small, medium or large, from all industry sectors. We are committed to helping develop the most important capital – people – by continuously improving leadership practices.