Set unambiguous expectations, supported by the leadership presence to inspire action (Clarity)
Set up the team to deliver on those expectations in terms of matching capabilities to roles (Contribution)
Put in place critical team decision processes, supported by a shared way of working (Cohesion)
Foster an internal team climate of trust, as well as ability to work effectively with other teams (Character)
Model: Leader of a High Performance Team
Equipped with the theoretical and practical experience of leading and managing teams.
Competent in setting clear expectations and in giving / receiving feedback.
Able to deal with difficult issues that may arise within and between teams.
More confident in their own ability to lead their teams.
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Unit Leader Product Manager, Global Fashion Retailer
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