Intervention – From Negative Impact to Constructive Leadership

An intervention is an extreme, serious action to improve a critical situation regarding “problem leaders”. Leadership effectiveness depends not just on ability to choose appropriate strategies, but to execute these in a way that has a positive impact on the bottom line and on the team. Problem leaders can sometimes be strong contributors, but people who do so in a way that damages their teams.

A recent Gallup poll of more than one million employees confirmed the number one reason people quit their jobs is “a bad boss”; and turnover is expensive! A successful intervention pays off in improved team morale, increased productivity and workforce stability.

The key objectives of the intervention lie in:

  • Identifying limiting attitudes and behaviour, and on understanding the impact experienced by others
  • Developing new constructive strategies and methods of self management
  • Learning some useful leadership and communication skills and tools
  • Integrating these and fine tuning them to ensure sustainability

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