The following framework reflects the areas of leadership development that are key to growing a thriving management team.
This leadership development framework starts with the belief that an individual must develop the ‘basics’ (e.g. business acumen, competencies, etc.) in order to be an effective leader.
The second part of the framework addresses the issues and unspoken problems that may exist among management team members. When senior managers don’t get along, negative impacts are felt throughout the organization and can become cancerous, threatening your organization’s ability to achieve strategic goals.
After going through a good leadership development program, managers should have a new outlook and set of skills, and they also need practical ways to implement their newfound ideas into the day-to-day activities of their organization. The third part of the framework is focused on equipping leaders and managers with custom tools that will help them successfully engage direct reports and the larger organization.