Making sound business decisions and taking action to resolve immediate issues and pursue opportunities.
Operational Decision Making is one of my Bitesize Leadership Techniques. They are exactly what the title suggests. Short snippets of leadership tips, tools, process and ideas for you to use on a just-in-time basis. Use them as an update and to refresh your leadership professionalism. You could call it leadership in a hurry! This article is an Executive Summary of my eBook of the same name – Operational Decision Making – published on Amazon Kindle. If you are a subscribers to Kindle Unlimited you can borrow and read the eBook for free.
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Leadership culture should really just be understood as the framework in which you lead your team, and the ideologies and belief systems you want you and your team to conduct business with. The end goal should always be customer satisfaction, and harmony amidst the collective that produces the work.
While the work, actions, and ideologies of every employee can have a direct impact on the trajectory of an organization, it’s the leadership that has the most profound influence on its culture. Architecting a rich company culture is not an upper management endeavour, meaning, it’s not merely the leadership that cultivates this. To build an exceptional company culture, its leadership has to take into account employee engagement, the workplace environment, and the success felt by the company’s clients. But what is leadership culture?
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