Enabling, like empowering, is about providing people with the authority and means to do what needs to be done, but in a way that substantially reduces or removes the dangers. This Briefing clearly explains how this can be achieved by applying a range of practical management techniques in the right place, and at the right time.
1 Enabling – ‘empowerment plus’
2 Enabling – freedom within a framework
3 Enabling and facilitating
4 The enabling coach
5 The enabling mentor
6 The enabling sponsor
7 Empowerment – the freedom to be and do more
8 Empowered team-working
9 Leading by enabling in the information age
Mike Williams is an international management consultant with associate companies in Geneva and Copenhagen. He teaches at leading European Business Schools, including IMD, Lausanne and The Theseus at Nice. Mike draws on over twenty years managerial experience in the printing, iron and steel, engineering and automotive industries. He is an author of seven books on organisational behaviour, leadership and management, and is a Member of The British Psychological Society and The Institute of Directors.
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