Leadership Excellence

Two aspects in leadership

 

Leadership Excellence (LE) is part of Claus Møller’s model General Business Excellence. It’s an evergreen concept, essential for the survival and growth of any business.

Leadership is exercised when managers and staff practise Managerial Behaviour and inspire each other to display Employeeship. When everyone practises Managerial Behaviour and displays Employeeship, the company has achieved LEADERSHIP EXCELLENCE.

 

1.

Goal-setting behaviour

Reaching a mutual understanding of where we want to go together – the future desired state.

2.

Problem-solving behaviour

Identifying and eliminating the problems and obstacles on the way towards the goals.

3.

Communicating behaviour

Establishing a frame of reference bychoosing or creating a language that enables the relevant participants to communicate on ends and means.

4.

Managerial Behaviour

Management is exerted by people, individually or as a group, and the essence of management is the managerial behaviour of the individual. Managerial behaviour is practised when a person in interaction with relevant others Sets goals, Solves the problems in order to achieve the goals, and Selects or creates a language enabling everyone involved to communicate on ends and means.

Managerial behaviour is the integration of all three. The challenge for any company is to inspire everyone to develop and maintain a managerial culture.