Leadership & managing the matrix

Many organisational structures are based on a centralised model where functional leaders in each geographical region or country don’t report into the local leader but roll up to leaders who are often located in the company’s headquarters or other countries. While the structure itself provides lots of benefits it does leave country and regional leaders with few direct reports and a lot of dotted line reports. Getting things done and influencing managers and leaders who do not report directly to local leaders can be a challenge. But you can successfully navigate the matrix structure, and we can give you the skills to do so.