For a start, it does not mean that leadership is redundant. Tasks including setting direction and objectives, planning, organising and evaluating still need to happen
Jone Bosworth adds a brilliant twist to this month’s topic: traits of post-apocalypse leaders. End-of-the-world-as-we-know-it tales shine a light on the leaders we seem to want, and the leaders we might just deserve.
Jeremy Page sets out six unconventional characteristics which will mean success for future leaders.
With awareness and compassion emerges talent, vision, confidence, and opportunity. The foundation of a strong team then allows me to execute tough decisions
According to a recent Gallup survey, 87% of employees are disengaged. No company can survive long term with 87% of their people disengaged.
Tony Wright takes leadership to the next level. He contends that “Leaders with a refined level of emotional intelligence will engage with the widest range of followers and will be more likely to be successful.”
The leadership style of the future is the supportive style which does not rely its effectiveness on authority. An effective leader does not criticize.
Unless you’re that oak tree that has calmly enjoyed its existence since the war, it’s safe to assume that your life can get pretty…
A distributed leadership model and shared ownership are undeniably the future of leadership. Yet, like anything that hasn’t been done before, it comes with…