As a leader, I have often had to stand up for and explain the changes needed to be made in order for the organization to work toward set goals. I've wondered how "we do it for the best of organization" is interpreted and what do we really mean by it?
I mean that the best for the organization is connected to the organization it is pertaining to and it should be different depending on it. It is about creating better quality based on developing identified improvement areas - linked to the policy documents we are dealing with.
In term of education, the best for the organization is of course connected to activities in the classroom and the students' learning processes - for this we have shared responsibility, but in this regard the teacher is the most important. How I, as a leader, support and challenge my employees in this change process, is crucial for the results we achieve.
What is your experience?
Arja Holmstedt Svensson
A blog about my work and assignments as a Change Leader. The posts will be about my experiences – new experiences, meeting new people in new environments.