Your assessment result has positioned the Leadership process within the Red band. This is significant as leadership is the prime component within operations, as it drives and binds all the other components. This level of leadership performance will have a direct impact on every other component in the assessment and is the major contributor to your result. Ignore all the other symptoms, if leadership is not performing to an acceptable standard, it requires fixing.
The chart shows the components that contributed to your assessment results for Leadership. This is designed to give an indication of the strengths and weaknesses of your Leadership process. The highlighted yellow line is your result and clearly indicates that every aspect of leadership and its impact on other components is in the Red band and requires improvement.
The result would indicate either an issue with your organisation structure and/or the quality of leadership within the management team. The chart shows your assessment results for leadership which have been derived from your assessment responses. The performance of all the components reflecting the absence of an appropriate leadership standard.
In this situation and because good leadership is essential when driving operational improvement, we would ask the following questions:
Questions to ask
Is there senior management recognition of the need to improve the leadership process?
Can the leadership issue be addressed internally or is external assistance required?
Is there formal leadership structure, with defined job roles, responsibilities and boundaries of authority and control?
Recognise the need to improve the leadership process.
Determine the quantifiable benefits for making the improvement.
Ensure there is a formal leadership structure, with defined job roles, responsibilities and boundaries of authority and control.
Assess the strengths and weaknesses of the current leadership team.
Take remedial action to strengthen the team.