Why your solution is the problem
How far do you guide your team, and at what point do you set them free?
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Output describes the problem, its purpose and the criteria, while input describes 'how' the result is achieved. Effective leaders are output-driven and let go of 'input' thinking.
Output-oriented leadership will ensure that your colleagues and your employees will come to share your vision with greater motivation, commitment and responsibility.
During this fascinating presentation, you get a clear picture of the advantages and disadvantages of output leadership, its pitfalls and the conflicts that should be avoided. It contains many concrete examples and funny anecdotes. It is a must-see now that hybrid working has become an established practice.
After a long career in the pharma industry, Rik decided to use his experience and knowledge to help others grow. With a captivating style and humor, he combines theoretical models and practical examples to provide new insights and learning points.
In 2010 he started MoonsManagement to help others learn more about leadership, sales and communication.
After writing 2 books on these topics, he decided to concentrate on keynotes. Both books are available in Dutch and French.
Expert in communication, leadership and sales, author of 2 books