How do you find the right balance in your leadership style to ensure the right kind of leadership in the right place and at the right level?
In the webinar you will get:
An opportunity to assess your own leadership style and preferences, so you can better understand what kind of leader you are and how you can improve your situational and versatile leadership skills. The questions are:
- Are you a leader who manages too much and supports or delegates too little?
- Are you giving your employees the right amount of challenge?
- How do you customize the help and support you offer your employees to meet their needs and preferences?
Who are the webinar hosts
How do you manage your employees so that they take responsibility for the task and feel free to do their job? How do you manage and help your employees so they don't feel like you've left them on the platform without the help and support they need? And how do you prevent your employees from losing motivation when you interfere too much in their work, so they shout micro-management at you when you've left the room?
Description continues in the next section.
Is there a correlation between versatility and efficiency?
An intriguing study by Kaiser et al (2010) confirms a high correlation between versatility and leader effectiveness. The leaders measured were assigned a score in each of the four opposing leadership styles used in the development tool The Leader Versatility Index (LVI): directive leadership style, supportive leadership style, strategic leadership style and operational leadership style.
Why is situational and versatile leadership important? How can you as a leader become better at situational and versatile leadership; and what needs and characteristics should you be aware of in your employees to offer them the right level of help, challenge and freedom.
1. The right leadership at the right level
Effective leadership at each level requires different work values, skills and priorities. Moving from one level of leadership to another requires a shift in the leader's approach to work. Failing to make these shifts means there are a number of pitfalls to fall into and a number of new balances to learn.
2. A common language of leadership
The organization must define common requirements and expectations at each management level, for example by formulating a management foundation.
3. A value chain for leadership
The leadership support tools need to be aligned with the common leadership language to ensure strategic and systematic support for leaders and leadership talent.
You'll gain a greater understanding of the balancing act of providing situational and versatile leadership that helps and liberates your employees. In addition, you will have a better sense of which trends and pitfalls to be aware of in relation to your own leadership style and preferences.
Get certified in using LVI as a development tool in your daily practice
Versatile leadership is a more agile, situational and effective leadership style. A versatile leader is able to balance both the directive and supportive leadership style as well as the strategic and operational leadership style. Therefore, it is also proven that versatile leaders are more effective leaders. We develop leaders' versatility so they can act more balanced and effective in their leadership role.