Many business owners or business leaders believe they can "dictate" what we want to achieve to succeed. They pay their staff, so they think their staff owe them something. This leadership style may work in the short term.
Not being consistent as a leader can harm your business and your teams. When a leader is inconsistent, people wait to act. They wait to see what will be asked of them before they take action. Then, even if they are sure they know what action should be taken, they will hesitate.
The challenge many leaders face is a lack of buy-in from their leadership teams. This lack of buy-in or conflict on where you are going will result in poor service delivery, disgruntled customers and staff with low morale. When lobbed together, this will cause nothing but disruption to your business and, ultimately, your failure.
Leaders who are willing to call in the expert advice of a coach and are open to new ways of thinking, working and interacting, will be the ones who will be remembered for guiding their organisation through one of the biggest challenges in its history.
Change Management teams are drivers that help a business to adapt to changes needed for continued growth and survival. In this adapt or die approach, Change Management oversees the implementation of methods and strategies that effect change and that help the people within the organization to adapt and accept those changes.