The situation requires being alert to people needing changes and proactively respond to it.
While leadership and change have been analysed and discussed exhaustively using myriad theories and models, it has been widely accepted that no one theory or model is the unique solution. Leadership traits and change management are situation and individual based and being flexible to adapt and execute is the sure-fire way to success.
Recognising the power of the mind to dictate the actions and behaviour of the individual, NLP or Neurolinguistic Programming (NLP) is emerging as a method with a lot of promise. This is touted as a method of programming the mind, emphasizing the mind-body-spirit connection. The term, neuro-linguistic programming' is designed to embrace three ideas.
Sensory Acuity is essentially awareness to the factors around you. This enables the gathering of valuable feedback to the actions that in turn fine-tune the process of leadership and adaptation to change.
Behavioural flexibility is important because with dynamic situations, the ability to absorb, adapt and absorb are essential to arrive at the goal. Never being afraid to keep changing allows the solution to evolve naturally.
The awareness of the fact that people or events cannot be controlled by us but by a self-management, our responses to them can be managed. To achieve this our skill and our ability to manage ourselves directly affect the extent to which we achieve your goals. That is what NLP aims for.
Myers-Briggs is popular model used to determine personality types that in turn determine how they react to people and changing circumstances.
A description of the Myers Briggs 'letters'
The Myers Briggs model of personality is based on 4 preferences.
How people use their energy, how they understand and process information, how they make their decisions and finally how they use it to address leadership issues at that point in time.
Myers-Briggs denotes the letters" E" for an extrovert and" I" for Introversion, depending on whether the individual prefers to direct energy to deal with people, things, situations, or "the outer world", or they prefer to direct energy to deal with ideas, information, explanations or beliefs.
While dealing with facts to clarify an issue is "S" for Sensing, preferring to deal with ideas, look into the unknown, to generate new possibilities or to anticipate what is not obvious, is "N" for Intuition.
Preference to decide based on objective logic, using analysis is "T" for Thinking. Moreover, deciding based on personal beliefs, or on the beliefs of others is "F" for Feeling.
Finally, the inclination to have a planned, stable and organised life denotes a