Have you made yourself redundant yet?

Defending our position of value

The security of hierarchy

Managing in a flat world

The coaching manager

Making yourself redundant doesn’t really make you redundant

  1. The ensure their teams are inspired by and are focused on the company vision and goals.
  2. They help their teams identify and cultivate their unique contribution and potential impact as a group.
  3. They help the team remove external and internal interferences.
  4. They ensure that every person in their teams brings their personal unique contribution into action and is on a path of growth.
  5. They ensure their team leads are on a path to become coaching managers themselves.

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