What Makes Good Quality Leadership?
We all want to be good Leaders and Managers and we probably have our own views about how to make that become a reality.
The following principles below will help you to achieve strong and effective Leadership:
- Generating Trust: trust in the experience and ability of staff and colleagues not just relying upon regulations in place or your physical authority making things happen.
- Creating Autonomy: leadership and direction that is founded in autonomy and freedom to act and make decisions rather than just exercising your control. Staff are respected for their knowledge and skill.
- Accepting Change: recognising that this is inevitable and that it should be accepted and not challenged. Participation in change and seeing the positives it can bring is another essential part of this process.
- Collaborative Relationships: placing a central focus upon working as a team or unit that then encourages the growth of leadership skills in your staff group.
Apply the four points at all times making sure that they overlap and reinforce each other.
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