Effective crisis management
A successful company. All processes in it run like clockwork. The display on the success board shows rapid growth, profits are skyrocketing, and the arrows in the chart are pointing steeply upwards until…
…until the first disagreements start to happen.
Perhaps someone in management dislikes something and desires changes, more responsibility, higher pay … Maybe employees feel left out… Perhaps their perfect image of success is showing cracks deep inside…
Why does this happen?
Perhaps because not everyone experiences the joy of success, as it is usually reserved for those in leadership positions. In times of financial prosperity, few people share their successes—their financial rewards—with everyone involved in the process.
As a result, dissatisfaction manifests itself in poor work, delays, grumbling, and rumors about a company they were once proud of, but now…
How do you know when a company needs help? That employees becoming the hidden enemy in the cloud of success? You know how it is: first there’s one scavenger, then suddenly there are hundreds.
The company loses its reputation, and the quality of its products slowly declines.
You don’t understand why!
What happened? If everything is the same, you haven’t changed anything. The process is the same. The materials are the same. The suppliers are the same. The employees are the same people. You have loyal customers. But there are more and more complaints.
The crisis comes slowly, quietly eating into all parts of the process, slowly, until it is… we won’t say the word.
Don’t float on the wings of success. Look into the core, into all the processes, into the people… NOW!
Many people wonder why? Why, because now, we don’t need advice, because everything is perfect!
But this very time, when you are at the top, is the time for a crisis manager to bring a fresh perspective to the company, who will quickly feel what is happening in the company. Where it is located, although according to all financial statements it is still at the top, the growth is slowly stopping.
Why do you need it? How can it help you?
A crisis manager’s job is to be proactive, identify threats and determine the strategy they will use before a crisis even happens.
I often see business owners afraid to take third-party advice, but there is nothing wrong with looking at a business through the eyes of a neutral person.
Sometimes the answers are already in front of you, but you can’t see them because you are overwhelmed.
I have advised people, from large cooperatives to family businesses and individuals, all over the world, to overcome difficulties or to continue to develop successfully and achieve admirable success.
Business consulting is not a series of therapeutic sessions on a comfortable sofa where you explore your feelings about life. But an insight into bridging the gap between where you are and where you want to be — you, your employees, and, as a result, your business.
So what do success and crisis management have in common?
The path to satisfaction leads from feelings of hidden dissatisfaction and stagnation to a trustworthy company to which everyone likes to return, both employees and business partners.
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Dynamic Leadership model
The purpose of the book is to present a dynamic leadership model, which in more than a hundred cases has proven to be a great way to get out of business and personal crisis and how to overcome difficulties without even going into crisis.