Humans exist in groups and the workplace is no different. We help you identify who is best suited to lead in your organisation, and then assist you in the ongoing coaching and development of your leaders.

Studies of organisational effectiveness highlight the critical role that leaders play in building a productive and happy work environment. Research indicates that organisational success seems to depend on five key considerations, all of which relate to the quality of individuals in the organisation.

Team Leader has the expertise to assist you with selecting, coaching and developing your organisation’s leaders, and in particular, your up and coming leaders. 

When working with executive leaders, we choose to partner with New Zealand’s foremost executive leader specialists – Winsborough Limited. Winsborough’s track record in this field is unmatched in New Zealand. 

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Talented People

Talented people outperform the less talented, and getting talented people (leaders included) into an organisation is a direct function of the quality of the selection and evaluation processes that management employ.

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The motivational level of the workforce comes next. A highly motivated but less talented workforce will generally outperform a talented but demoralized group. The motivation of the workforce is a direct function of the quality of the leaders for whom they work. Poor leaders tend to demoralize any workforce.


Leadership Skills

The leadership skills of the organisation’s managers matter. Putting an effective management group in place is an outcome of the leader selection and evaluation process, and this ultimately depends on the degree to which senior management believe leadership to be important.

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Strategy and Planning

Business strategy and planning are also important. These functions rely on individuals being open-minded, willing to balance risk taking against stability and security, and a disposition to involve others in the exploration of other ways of doing business. The lone-wolf, go-it-alone leader, rarely succeeds in the business arena.


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Monitor and Measure

Finally, organisational success is hinged on the ability of an organisation to monitor and measure the above factors. Leaders at all levels must understand and value what makes the organisation tick, as they are the guardians of these factors.