Join these conversations with agile leaders – executives, business leaders and experts from all sectors come together and share practical leadership insights around leading in today’s workplaces after reading '8 Paradoxes of Leadership Agility.' They will be sharing some strategic advice on you can pivot and use the agile mindset to develop a leadership style... Continue Reading →
This article originally appeared as a Council Post on Forbes here. Albert Einstein is often credited with saying, "If I had an hour to solve a problem, I'd spend 55 minutes thinking about the problem and five minutes thinking about solutions." For leaders today, that five minutes packs in even more activities — communicate and create buy-in... Continue Reading →
This article originally appeared as a Council Post on Forbes here. "I am a human being, not a human doing."—Kurt Vonnegut, author of Breakfast of Champions Leaders have already realized the importance of developing soft skills in their next-in-line leaders to increase the business's bottom line. According to a McKinsey survey, large-scale reskilling is a concern and priority for... Continue Reading →
This article originally appeared as a Council Post on Forbes here. In a survey conducted by Deloitte on Industry 4.0 and readiness, executives reported that lack of vision on the part of leadership is one of the top three challenges to setting an Industry 4.0 strategy. In my practice, I define agility as "the ability to be flexible and... Continue Reading →
The workforce of the future wants different types of leadership. How does one then be a good leader? Discover human-centered leadership in this artcle.
This article originally appeared as a Council Post on Forbes here. Leading is an uphill task. The difficulty is not only from the never-ending journey of self-mastery. As businesses and governments face unprecedented post-pandemic challenges in the midst of the Fourth Industrial Revolution, leaders also have to take care of the evolving needs of employees. To rise... Continue Reading →