Leaders need to look after their people, they can’t outsource this responsibility without negative consequences.
Great leaders are very often not very nice but we appreciate their harshness because we know it is rooted in a genuine concern for us and it helps us become better.
In this article I want to explain the relationship between control and accountability.
It is often very difficult for leaders to determine if their employees are engaged or not. There is one thing they can bear in mind that will be very helpful though.
In this article I want to briefly talk about internal controls in business and what their purpose is. P.S. they come with a health warning!
Empowered employees are a leader’s dream. Empowerment in the workplace doesn’t come easy though and it definitely doesn’t happen by itself.
When interviewing Frans regarding excellent decision making, two variables in his thinking became very apparent which account for his success as a leader.
The thematic, which is our driving force at Schuitema, may be summarised through four kinds of key interactions: care; means; ability, accountability.
Charl changed his style to a MAA-frame (Means-Ability-Accountability) based on the Care and Grow leadership principles developed by Etsko Schuitema.
In his mental library, and as a reborn Christian, he had the alternative style that was dormant, waiting to be utilised: Care and Growth leadership.