When it comes to aligning with any of the new types of leadership models, it pays to get creative and break the mold.
Why is this the case?
The fact is, the corporate structure has long been a fairly uniform thing.
Historically speaking, executives were perceived as straight-laced individuals. They wore immaculately pressed suits and carried subdued reactions. In turn, they were viewed as the quintessential professional.
Think of classic films or TV shows like Mad Men. In past eras, executives always said the right thing and were not easily ruffled.
When you go to a physician, what does the nurse do before you meet with the doctor? Simple, they take your vital signs. Temperature, blood pressure, pulse and yes, sometimes they make you get on the scale. The reason the nurse does this is, just like the gauge on the outside of a pressure cooker, it gives the physician clues as to what’s going on inside your body.
Your business can be viewed, measured and monitored the same way by identifying and measuring the Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) of your business. KPI’s in a business, no matter what size, specifically measures how well a company is performing. Now, depending on the business model, KPIs will vary from company to company.