Strengthening leadership

Strong leadership is a necessary attribute for the sustainable development of an organization. As a rule, the uncoordinated action of management and a frequent change of priorities are prerequisites for the deterioration of the organizational climate.

In the process of organizational diagnosis, we pay special attention to the analysis of leadership. Most of the parameters of organizational climate assessment and employee engagement directly or indirectly assess the effectiveness of leadership.

These include concern for the professional development of employees, the existence of effective feedback, attitude towards mistakes, bringing strategic goals and visions to teams, a fair distribution of work, etc.

With the help of network analysis, we can identify signs of weak delegation and micromanagement. Too much managerial influence often negatively affects both managers and their subordinates. Such managers tend to make all the important decisions themselves, control the work process as much as possible, and are often engaged in micromanagement. Such an approach not only increases the risk of managerial burnout, but also limits the degree of independence of team members, which reduces their engagement in the business life of the organization.

Network analysis helps us analyze not only formal leadership, but also informal leaders. You can identify high-potential future leaders who are capable of filling vacant leadership positions or mentoring other employees.