June 03, 2014

Leadership and Situational Awareness.

It has been said that when a failure occurs in a system it is due to various human error. Errors of which would always find its way back to the leaders because they were not being situationally aware’ in the first place. As individuals we sometimes perceive something to be ‘THIS’ (0ne thing) only for it to turn out to be ‘THAT (another thing). I think this a common mistake leaders make in organisations. They believe that since all the important process are in place, then everything other thing should be fine or can be overlooked.

To actually minimise the level at which human error occur in organisational context, it has to start with the leader actually being ‘Genuinely Involved’ because being involved is totally different from being genuinely involved. Leaders might actually be fully aware of happenings around them and not make any changes about it but to be genuinely involved actually kick starts the whole process of putting measures in place that would reduce the level of human error to the barest minimal.

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