When a Business Leader or Employer is responsible to develop a productive, successful organization, what steps and factors play a part in this effort? What makes a difference?
!) The Business Leader first needs to have lots of good training and experience on being an “effective leader”. Without thorough Leadership Training, as well as actual hands-on experience, a person would be ill-prepared and unable to recognize, or rectify problems. Without experience in a leadership role, or being responsible to resolve a problem, you probably would have no knowledge of credible resources.
2) Even with effective Leadership Training, a person needs to be exposed to enough experience as a leader to have made his/her fair share of mistakes and bad “calls” to gain a better understanding of how to determine what might be a better choice. A combination of thorough training and experience can heighten a person’s special insight, using a combination of senses through observation. All of your senses can be levied in determining a good decision.
3) Of course, another valid factor can be the use of credible and trusted resources. With length of experience and exposure, good leaders identify and collect credible resources, who prove their abilities as reliable and dependable experts in specific areas. Over time, these experts prove to be extremely reliable in their fields. Such experts are typically well known and knowledgeable in specific fields and industries.
Using experts and professionals in a particular industry can help a Business Leader to produce a higher quality product or process, which makes their organization or business more successful. Any leader will do all that is possible for their business to have a top reputation and be known as a “high quality expert” in their field. With this reputation, customers should be attracted to their business, bringing along “Success”.
Bottom Line – for a Leader to Build a Successful Organization, the leaders needs 1) Lots of good training and experience; 2) for Leaders to gain enough bad and good experiences to learn from them and gain better senses, which improves their decision-making; and lastly 3) with experiences a Leader will begin to identify and attain credible resources to help be better Leaders. All of these factors attributes to a Leader becoming effective in developing Successful Organizations.