Diagnostic by LeaderZone
Do you strive for continuous improvement?
Some leaders find themselves in a context of operational overload in which an ineffective routine takes hold and therefore, unfortunately, they do not take the time to revisit, modify and improve it.
The word « kaizen which means improvement in Japanese, is the fusion of two words: kai "change" and zen "better" Do you accompany your team through its kaizen? Do you encourage your employees to change their practices to improve efficiency? Do you use structured means to ensure a dynamic of continuous improvement?
Do you sometimes take a break to revisit your leadership practices? A moment of introspection to realize that you are called upon to adapt to a world in continuous transformation.
𝗗𝗶𝗮𝗴𝗻𝗼𝘀𝘁𝗶𝗰 is a self-reflection tool, a mini questionnaire, offered for free and regularly by 𝙇𝙚𝙖𝙙𝙚𝙧𝙕𝙤𝙣𝙚 helping you recalibrate your leadership
Today's leaders are constantly confronted with three main challenges:
• Adapt to a constantly changing environment and bounce back from societal, economic or technological requirements;
• Doing differently or doing more with less to optimize the contribution while maintaining a human and harmonious climate in their teams;
• Develop a sense of commitment and responsibility and align employees towards achieving results.
LeaderZone offers capacity development support for leaders through group development workshops or individual coaching.
With an orientation for “transferring learning into the reality of the leader”, the LeaderZone approach is based on practical models, introspection activities and commitments to action.
Pragmatic, dynamic and above all altruistic, the LeaderZone coaches will help your leaders progress towards a better version of themselves.
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All your sessions are great but this one was really necessary and very well-timed.15:58:16
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This has been an enriching session. I like the discussion about the different needs…we all need to hear it. Thank you for this session!15:59:33
Thank you! The phone rang during the presentation and I didn't answer it. I learned that I had to take some time for myself.16:00:22