Creating Leadership Programs

A leader can create leadership programs by

1)Building a knowledge based culture organisation. A learning organisation challenges intellect and creativity thereby moving the people from“caked” information to new skills of service delivery.
2) Presence of a flexible atmosphere. Executives

should create a flexible atmosphere where people can freely share and experiment their initiatives within a broad spectrum of the organisation’s business plan.
3) Promote mentorship and inspiration. The encouragement, guidance and mentorship of the

team leaders should be promoted by strengthening

their initiatives and fine tuning them for greater

impact.
4) Employee empowerment. Empowering team

members and employees by giving them the responsibility of making tactical and operational decisions and ensuring the planned actions are carried out in fulfillment of existing objectives builds and enriches the environment that promotes and stimulates

change. The desire for job security, resistance of change and lack of self-worth should not prevent chief executives from believing in their employees, so
that they are able to confidently transfer knowledge, skills and power to such ones, as only secure leaders

give power to others.
5) Execution reward. Reward for disciplined execution efforts of team members which got the desired result from promises made provides inspiration to both the performer and admirers.
Leadership system refers to formal and informal ways leaders arrive at decisions, exercise authority, communicate and execute these decisions to improve business results. By improving individual and collective leadership

decisions flow from influential authorities, communication of the set of high expectations to achieve performance

and/or performance improvement is achieved
Creating Leadership Programs*

The leader can create leadership programs by

1)Building a knowledge based culture organisation. A learning organisation challenges intellect and creativity thereby moving the people from“caked” information to new skills of service delivery.
2) Presence of a flexible atmosphere. Executives

should create a flexible atmosphere where people can freely share and experiment their initiatives within a broad spectrum of the organisation’s business plan.

3) Promote mentorship and inspiration. The encouragement, guidance and mentorship of the team leaders should be promoted by strengthening their initiatives and fine tuning them for greater impact.

4) Employee empowerment. Empowering team members and employees by giving them the responsibility of making tactical and operational decisions and ensuring the planned actions are carried out in fulfillment of existing objectives builds and enriches the environment that promotes and stimulates change. The desire for job security, resistance of change and lack of self-worth should not prevent chief executives from believing in their employees, so
that they are able to confidently transfer knowledge, skills and power to such ones, as only secure leaders give power to others.
5) Execution reward. Reward for disciplined execution efforts of team members which got the desired result from promises made provides inspiration to both the performer and admirers.
Leadership system refers to formal and informal ways leaders arrive at decisions, exercise authority, communicate and execute these decisions to improve business results. By improving individual and collective leadership

decisions flow from influential authorities, communication of the set of high expectations to achieve performance and/or performance improvement is achieved

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