A tidy and well-organized workspace is essential to be productive. If your office is a mess filled with papers, cables running loose and coffee spilled out it can impact your ability to concentrate. Help others organize their workspace by demonstrating your leadership skills. Your ability to communicate clearly, calmly and concisely can be useful in clarifying employee responsibilities. Your ability to motivate employees may be helpful in framing the work they are doing according to their goals and interests.
You can also use leadership abilities to create a climate of support and collaboration. When employees feel a positive connection to their leader it is more likely that they will ask for feedback on their performance or inquire about their job. They can then make adjustments in their behavior or approach to their job if they need to.
Many companies are creating new ways to organize to improve their ability to adapt faster in an era of change that is swift and unpredictable. Around 85% of business leaders believe their company needs to adopt more agile management methods such as matrix organizational structures that allow for open communication between teams, and to avoid being bogged down with stakeholder reviews or approved by the stakeholders.
Establishing clear and consistent processes to run your business is a smart way to manage the new flexible working environments. Through establishing 5S practices, such as sorting, arranging, shining, standardizing and maintaining your workplace, it is more efficient.