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“Management is doing things right – leadership is doing the right things”
Peter Drucker

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Organization - people and talent management

High level of employee satisfaction is key when speaking about great performance.

Many years’ experience have been captured by several studies that show a positive correlation between high satisfaction and high revenue and earnings.

Being a leader requires a set of different skills depending on different situations. In the following some of the elements are described for inspiration:


When setting the right team, it is important that you as the manager – know your strong and weak sides, so that you can hire people that supplements yours’ and your teams’ skills.

Each phase in the life cycle requires different managerial skills. In some cases it might be clever and necessary to exchange leaders when going from A to B. Sometimes it requires exchange of employees if they are unable to adjust to the new situation.


Leadership and management goes hand-in-hand and is depending on the actual situation.

Leadership is about setting direction and make people follow you – precisely as Rosalynn Carter states: “A leader takes people where they want to go. A great leader takes people where they don’t necessarily want to go, but ought to be”. The difference can be described like this: The manager’s job is to plan, organize and coordinate. The leader’s job is to inspire and motivate.


KPIs are important to implement. KPIs can steer the organization in the direction your company wants as well as monitor progress for evaluation, leanings and improvements. Henry Ford states: “Failure is simply the opportunity to begin again, this time more intelligently”.


Brand value and employer branding are important elements if they support the culture & values  your company wishes to stand for.