Leadership for Operational Excellence
Leadership for Operational Excellence (LOE)
- Reward and punishment
- Behavior modification exercises
- Behaviour in the workplace is largely a manifestation of attitude.
- To promote positive attitudes, we must develop a positive culture.
- A positive culture would have descriptive words such as interdependent, supporting personal values, no blame, compliant, caring, having ownership, and loyalty.
- The positive culture becomes a paradigm – “That’s just the way we do things around here”.
- The initial development and maintenance of the positive culture must come from the workplace leadership.
- Our model is illustrated below.
- Strong emotional intelligence
- The ability to empower and motivate teams
- A sense of justice
- Skill in changing leadership styles instantly depending upon the situation at hand
- A caring for the growth and well-being of the individual team members
- A strong loyalty to the team
- A firm and clear understanding of the values and culture of the organization
- Care more for their jobs and their responsibilities
- Become more loyal to their leaders and their company
- Feel a stronger sense of ownership
- Become more interdependent as they look out for one other
- Be safer and more productive and encourage that attitude with others
- A more loyal and motivated workforce who take pride in their work and reputation
- Greater employee retention
- A safer workplace
- Higher productivity
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