Most of the challenges in implementing an agile organization often arise due to an unclear understanding of roles and adherence to inherited hierarchical thinking.
Furthermore, every agile organization and the resulting leadership is confronted with the "agility imperative":
Growing flexibility with increasing complexity and speed.
Companies and management must keep pace with rapid changes in the markets - or better yet - drive them themselves as innovators.
A pre-defined expectation, readiness for change and "Emotional & Agile Readiness" pave the way for the success of the agile organization. It is therefore important to move from the method to the attitude. This can only be achieved through appropriate support within the framework of a transformation.
What characterizes the emotional & agile leader?
Self-awareness or being aware of one's emotions (Self-Consciousness)
Openness and communication in relationships with others (Sociability)
The Appreciative Dialogue (Appreciative Dialogue)
Basic requirements for leadership in an agile environment