What you know about leadership might be wrong
By and large, today’s economic landscape depends on the leadership of tech savvy entrepreneurs for growth. It depends on their knowledge, on their vision, and on their responsibility. Below we look at seven things successful leaders in the digital age do differently.
Following on from our previous article on leadership 4.0, again, here are our recommendations on how to create future leaders.
From reorganisation to action, what businesses need to consider:
- Businesses need to humanise leadership development to chart an effective succession planning.
- Leadership development is no longer a one-size-fits-all package.
- These days, private and work lives are closely intertwined. Therefore, leadership programs must put the individual learner’s needs at the centre of their design.
Technological development is likely to be the catalysts for the next wave of profit gains. Consequently, the digital age has become an important organ of leadership and decision, especially in most business setups. When it comes to the design of the future’s leadership choice, the options multiply exponentially. However, one inherent characteristic stays true of digital age leaders. They execute collective efforts effectively. To learn more about the topic, you can read the original article here.
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