The 12 Big elements are finally here! It starts from vision through execution and finally sets the scene for ONENESS – the Future of Leadership.
In case, you need a memory jogger, we have been exploring ways of succeeding in leadership (business and personal), through a 12-part blog series. This took 4-6 months to cover; taking into account various research, building on tried and tested principles, observations and interactions with various leaders.
For more information on why leadership is evoloving and the diferences between leadership and management, check out Forbes article by Brent Gleeson.
I’m therefore excited to list below all 12 blog series that highlight the 12 Big Elements – Future of Leadership.
At the start of the series, I promised that you can expect:
- Preservation (of that which is good, discarding that which no longer serve us).
Well, there you have it. Now that you have access to the full 12 Big elements of leadership, what do you think? Share this blog with others; tell us your experiences in the comments below.
I would like to draw your attention to the last blog in particular; where I summarise some of our findings in a video. Since we published it, the vlog has had a lot of readership and positive comments.
It’s therefore fitting that I share that summary on the future of leadership below:
- Balance – creating an environment where work and life are no longer separate but integrated to serve the self and others.
- Development – placing more emphasis and recognition on innate abilities as well as learned (acquired) skills.
- Change and Transformation – bringing together people, processes, customers, technologies to create deeper relationships for longer term and sustainable profitability.
Combining these 3 areas is the hallmark of the leadership of the future – a cultural move toward the ONENESS.
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