we provide leadership training to mid size companies
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My target audience are business owners and organization leaders that want to improve performance.
At The Oxley Group we understand that every organization is made up of individuals that are pursuing their hopes and dreams, and the organization is part of their story. Every day your employees tell themselves, and those close to them, the story of what happened. At the end of the day, when we arrive home, we are asked ‘How was your day?’. The answer to that question gives tremendous insight to how that person views their job and their role within the organization. Typically when people tell the story of their day, they either talk about:
• what went wrong
• what happened that went well
• or, that nothing happened of note
The leader has a role to play in that individual’s story, and it generally falls into one of three general categories:
1. The Villain. This is not a role that leaders would normally choose to play. However, it is often a role they are thrust into because:
• It is easier for people to assign blame to others than to themselves for the circumstances they find themselves in
• In some cases, the frustrations and challenges the leader faces orient their leadership style toward an authoritarian and accountability focused style.
2. The Hero. This is a role that is actually very easy to assume as a leader, and there is some merit to moving into the hero role. Unfortunately, assuming the role of Hero transgressing two fundamentals truths:
• Everyone wants to be the hero of their own story. When you assume the role of
hero you rob your employees of the feeling of contribution and meaning that is so central to the human experience
• Organizations do not need to be built around a single heroic figure, when they are they may prosper for a time, but ultimately when that hero is proven to be flawed or leaves, the organization suffers a serious lapse in results and often fails.
3. The Guide. Ultimately what employees want is a guide, so that they can be the hero of their own story.
The leadership model of the ‘guide’ helps organizations unleash the 4 capacities that all employees are seeking - not just millennials - both as consumers and employees.
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