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You have probably appointed the executive positions in your company based on a number of factors, including formal education, qualifications, experience, ambition, and suitability.
This position is accompanied with the responsibility to manage the affairs of a department and the authority to make decisions within specified boundaries.
Exactly What is the Executives Level of Authority?
For the department to succeed it is inevitable that the executive will have to rely on the services of others, be they colleagues, suppliers or a combination of both.
It is when things go wrong, as the executive and his/her department fail to match the Key Performance Indicators (KPI’s), that the focus tends to shift towards the supporting colleagues or suppliers. The executive in charge will argue that the support staff have too many shortcomings and are not up to the job.
It is at this stage that the company needs to look very closely at the ‘level of authority to make decisions’ which has been passed to the executive.
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Does the executive have the required level of authority and is it being properly executed, or is the level of authority above or indeed below what is needed to get the job done.
Simple levels of authority such as the authority to hire, fire, discipline and reward the staff are fundamental and critical to the success of the department.
Based on our extensive practical experience of providing executive coaching services to a wide range of corporate organisations and small business owners, we often find that successful companies get this right and failing companies, or those in difficulties with self-imposed limitations, appear to drag their heals on this very important task.
In appointing an executive they should be given a clearly defined set of responsibilities which must be accompanied with the authority to make decisions, some of which will be bad or poor, as that is the reality of decision making.
Before an executive is given the authority to ‘hire, fire, discipline and reward the staff’ they must be qualified at training and the personal development of these very same staff.
Our highly effective executive coaching and mentoring programmes will help you to identify how you can improve the overall performance of your executive team and empower them with the right level of authority to get the job done, effectively and professionally.