Development of leadership team
A new manager wanted to develop his leadership team and create buy-in for a new strategy.
The department was a result of a reorganization of several disciplines and the manager was recruited from outside the company to lead the department. Initially, there was a need to develop a common strategy for the merged areas. To ensure effective execution of the strategy, work was needed to develop the leadership team and the manager’s communication to their team and department.
Together with the manager, RelationsPeople organized a development process that consisted of both joint and individual elements. Through a comprehensive personality test, the manager and all team members identified their own and each other’s preferences, strengths, and pitfalls. In seminars and workshops, the team worked on better ways to communicate, lead, and collaborate.
Through executive coaching, RelationsPeople supported the personal and professional development of individual team members. The duration of the collaboration ensured safe implementation and continuity and was extended to include employee workshops to ensure follow-through.