Purpose of the Special Interest Group
An Organization is a reflection of its Founder (leader). Thus, any situation existing in the organisation is direct outcome of thoughts, actions and intent of the leader.
Organisations, irrespective of their size or industry, are facing challenges to achieve one or combination of following goals:
- Employee retention.
- Correct reward ratio.
- Enhanced productivity of team members and organisation.
- Succession planning.
- Consistent Success
As a leader, we all prepare goals for our respective organizations and try to ensure that all team members work towards the achievement of larger organizational goal. Yet there are situation wherein the businesses struggle to achieve the desired goals which leads to a crisis management situation. Does this means that whether the team is inefficient, or the leader is not competent to utilize the maximum potential of his team, or both of the above?
In order for continuous growth of the organisation, the leadership of the organisation needs to constantly innovate and work pro-actively. Different people have different definition for success and growth. However there is one underlying principle for its achievement. As a leader one needs to constantly innovate on new ideas, preserve and implement those ideas consistently, and let go of these ideas and practices so that the cycle of innovation could be repeated again and again.
More often than not the last leg of the cycle is missed out and thus the growth of an organisation comes to a standstill. To achieve the last leg it is essential that leaders keeps on empowering their teams.
The intent of this Leadership and Transformational Change Special Interest Group would be to understand, discuss and share the best practices across industries which would lead to:
- Enable ourselves & our clients to empower their teams,
- Movement away from trivial state of crisis management to productive state of performance & deliveries.
- Formation of goals across all levels.
- Success and growth for members & organisations.