Organizational Effectiveness

Organizational Effectiveness

„Organizational effectiveness does not lie in that narrow-minded concept called rationality. It lies in the blend of clearheaded logic and powerful intuition.” (Henry Mintzberg)

  • Time and Stress Management for Direct Reports

    The overwhelming onslaught of tasks and emails becomes a chronic source of stress. As the pressures on us increase, not only our effectiveness suffers, but our quality of life as well.

  • Self Leadership

    The basis of organizational effectiveness is to have employees at all levels who unburden their managers, solve their problems on their own, and motivate and develop themselves.

  • Team Leadership

    60% of workplace teams perform below expectations. To thrive, we need to understand the reasons, so we can apply the right leadership styles and methods with them.

  • Leading People Through Change

    The reason of failed organizational change efforts is that most of them are driven top-down, with minimal involvement. This leads to wasted time and money, low productivity, and increased employee turnover.

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