The world is changing rapidly, competitiveness, loss of motivation, teleworking, pressure on results, matrix organizations… These structural changes generate new management needs.
Managers must develop their leadership to embody a vision and unite their teams.
They must also prevent and regulate stress in the team to avoid burnout, and above all maintain motivation by leveraging signs of recognition.
Managers must finally support teams to adapt to new organizations, such as remote management or organization in project mode. Profound changes that require training managers to face these new challenges.
Challenge and Stress
Feedback and Reframing
The ideal manager doesn't look the same as he did in previous years. The leader manager communicates a vision, unites the teams and involves everyone towards a common goal. This is the target profile sought by companies today.
The challenges of productivity require managers to constantly seek performance and innovation. But between pressure and stress, a balance is hard to find. Managers must succeed in the challenge of obtaining the commitment of their employees without triggering negative stress.
New generation managers now focus their energy on motivating teams through meaningful visions, constructive feedback, and rewarding signs of recognition to get everyone involved.
The opportunities for remote management will multiply, teleworking, dispersed teams, outsourced services ... This situation requires innovative methods of organization and communication to succeed in federating and promoting cohesion without seeing each other. A real Challenge!
Managers must integrate the project culture, essential skills to acquire in order to organize and carry out transversal actions while respecting costs, deadlines and quality.