Another effective means I do as a leader is connecting the team to another group that plans and manages the work. A usual outcome is that staff members contribute most effectively once they are aware of the big picture, which only conveys the importance of delegation.
As permissiveness is another leadership style of mine, it allows employees to carry out tasks with creativity and innovation. Asking questions, watching the work performed, or asking employees for feedbacks in ensuring that instructions are understood, are few of the stances I employ in making the work done through delegation and permissiveness. These leadership styles will help in the preliminary work adjustments and adaptation, which the employees and EEST/Ouest will go through in the initial stages of the merging.
Since some employees who will be part of the new environment originally came from the old system and have hence developed relevant skills therein, employing the kind of leadership I have been exhibiting as a manager would help. Old and new employees will adjust to the new system under a merged organization and will be encouraged to share their ideas, competencies, and skills in order for the betterment of the carrying out of tasks and the organization as a whole.