Leadership and Change Consultants Pty Ltd operates from Hobart, Tasmania.
We provide tailored services and assistance in:
- Leadership and Mentoring
- Change Management
- Organisational & Team Development
- Business Planning & Efficiencies
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Quick Leadership tips
How do you get the most out of coaching?
- Be clear about what you want to focus on, or change.
- Ensure it’s an environment for learning, exploration and development.
- Focus on improving performance, not fixing a problem.
- Establish trust and be honest.
- Develop a clear sense of purpose.
- Be realistic. Coaching is very individual and not everyone ‘connects’. Find the right coach for you.
Developing a Business Plan shouldn’t be overwhelming, especially when your business idea is exciting, innovative and new. The lack of a road map can derail you before you’ve even started. So plan and keep it simple.
You need the What; Who; Where; How; How Much and When. Set your vision, purpose and values. Set clear goals/key result areas. Know what results you want. Set measures and timeframes. Allocate personnel. Do some market analysis. Know your clients/customers and be clear about your point of difference and value proposition. Review annaully.
Set clear expectations with your teams about performance and behaviour by utilising:
Performance: SMART Goals, Performance Management & Regular Feedback
Behaviours: Induction, Code of Conduct/Other Policies & Values
Rules for effective change:
It must be realistic, achievable and measurable and involve planning, implementation, consultation with, and involvement of, all people affected by it. It is as important to create Change Space, as it is Change Leaders.
Set strategic plans that are easily translatable into an operational plan. Most strategic plans address high level initiatives and overarching goals, but don’t get translated into day-to-day projects and tasks. Don’t forget if you’re an Incorporated Association to refer to your objects in your Constitution – do your new strategic directions align with the objects of your Association?
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