Corporate Culture


Talent Development | FHS Group’s “Leader Transformation Plan” Middle and Senior Leadership Training Camp Begins


“Strategy is not what we do in the future, but what we do to have a future.”
– Peter Drucker

Recently, The FHS Group’s “Leadership Transformation Plan” senior leadership training camp has opened as scheduled at its Kunshan headquarters.

The “Leader Transformation Plan” training camp lasts for 6-8 months, starting from the dual channels of ability line and action line, providing managers with two stages of courses and stage related review and summary workshops. The “Leader Transformation Plan” is not only a reflection of the importance and attention paid to management talents, but also an important measure we strived to achieve the company’s strategic goals.

Trainer Cai brought us the first lesson of the camp: Situational Leadership. Situational leadership, also known as personalized leadership methods. In the era of change, managers face ever-changing external environments and a new generation of employees with independent personalities, and they need to possess situational leadership skills centered around the leade

Sharing of situational leadership mode tools


Diagnose four different stages of employee development based on specific work goals or tasks, as well as their work abilities and willingness:

  • D1 (low ability, high willingness),
  • D2 (average ability, low willingness),
  • D3 (high ability, uncertain willingness),
  • D4 (high ability, high willingness).

Determine whether employees need guidance or support through these four stages of development.


Managers need to adjust in real-time according to the different stages of employee development and match the appropriate leadership form when employee abilities or willingness change: S1 (directive type) S2 (coach type) S3 (support type) S4 (authorize type).

Establish partnership

Managers need to have the ability to establish partnerships and proficiently use “one-on-one” dialogue skills to reach consensus on the leadership styles needed to help employees develop and achieve personal and company goals.

Sharing wonderful moments in the classroom

The challenge of this situational leadership is to adapt to different situations, individuals, and local conditions, so that leaders can adjust their leadership style in a timely manner, achieve the best effect of implementing influence, and lead employees to achieve good work performance, improve subordinate satisfaction, and achieve team growth.

Write at the end

In this fiercely competitive era, only managers with strong leadership skills and strategic vision can lead the company’s sustainable development and innovation. FHS will continue to deepen our talent development strategy, continuously promote the reform and innovation of talent mechanisms, and strive to comprehensively cultivate, introduce, and make good use of talents. We will continue to build a high-quality and high-performance talent base for the group, and comprehensively promote the high-quality development of the group.

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