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The effective exercise of your leadership is reflected in the growth and development opportunities you provide to your employees. As obvious as it seems, not enough to have the needed document called “job description “but also have the additional, so-called “job profile”, which indicate the essential requirements for a person to succeed in a function . Combining this with the talents of every individual who works with you, facilitate mixing person – place and facilitate their growth.
Sounds good, but not always well developed. The fruit of your effort as a leader is reflected in the management of skills and talents of your staff, at the same time make them able to work together. As we are warned, means to discern how far each is willing to put aside their particular interests and replace them with the interests of the team (i.e. your company).
Have a good team is essential; however, your leadership will work to promote the free flow of data and information, encouraging brainstorming. Your leadership will determine the ways and mechanisms to be tested, implemented, recognized and rewarded. The results you’ll see reflected in the analysis, adaptive behavior and decision making with timely and quality information.
Setting goals and objectives
If you plan, then determine realistic and achievable targets will not be any problems. This will avoid what many managers make when setting the goal of the year to come, adding only a “factor “incremental to the previous year’s figure. Your ability to identify trends and act accordingly, will allow you to appraise the opportunities and address the environmental threats in such a way that your people the ability to transform them into real success.
First we must distinguish the concept of goals, objectives and goals, and mission.
This mission aims to collect global vision that is the ultimate goal of changing the company into its surroundings. Involves making the business and operations that differentiate the company from competitors and allow the rest of their knowledge in the market.
However, the final goal or mission requires the specification is implemented, is a goal that shows where you want to go and shout differential spatial and temporal quantification. According to An off (1976) goal is to “measure the efficiency of conversion of resources.”
In the short term, often talk about goals. Objectives can be divided into a set of sub goals, coherent and consistent with the first and the mission of their own company. Drucker12 including block main objectives:
• Market, with the choice and positioning of them.
• Technology Innovation-type products and processes, such as methods of management.
• Productivity, efficiency levels to be achieved.
• Physical and financial resources.
• Cost, benefit levels and outcome.
• Executive, show results and progress.
• Operator, productivity record and attitude.
• Social responsibility, assuming the level of commitment.