Effective Leadership Styles For the VUCA World

With new technologies and work methods, more than ever, the workplace is more fluid and ever-changing. Given the expectations of leaders have increased, that is why leadership styles matter. You might currently have a natural leadership style. Each leadership styles come with various pros and cons. Depending on your personality and preference, you might find... Continue Reading →

19: School Board Chairperson, Hwee Peng Tan on Being Inspiring, Approachable and a Long-Term Thinker

Recognizing good work goes a long way in building a positive work culture. Many leaders, however, may find this simple act difficult to be performed consistently, or consider recognizing good work as something too trivial. But, studies have consistently shown that recognizing employees gives them a sense of purpose, greater connections within teams, and productivity.... Continue Reading →

Generational Leadership for Diversity and Inclusion

With the influx of Gen-Zs, the workplace comprises at least four generations. A diverse talent pool then brings about varied needs and wants. Bridging intergenerational conflict is then a leadership imperative and vital to building high-performing cultures. As each generation has unique values, beliefs, and practices, misunderstanding can easily lead to tension. Leaders must construct... Continue Reading →

13: Enterprise Agile Coach, Fadly Rasyad on Why Most Transformations Fail

Why Most Transformations Fail Most organizations want to improve performance, but few succeed. In fact, research has shown that most transformations fail. Common reasons are a lack of leadership commitment, unrealistic goals, and resistance from employees. To succeed in your business transformation, you need a different strategy. In episode 13 of Agile Leaders Conversations, hear... Continue Reading →

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