Summary: For companies and their employees, the tide has turned. Proficiency in solving problems and analysing data are no longer the keys to success. The ability to listen, communicate, and empathise is becoming increasingly valuable in the workplace.
Summary: It is generally very difficult to build and sustain resonant relationships in the present demanding and stressful times. What is it that resonant leaders do that makes them more successful than those that aren’t, when it comes to leading a team?
Summary: Many companies turn to lean thinking and practices in hopes of achieving breakthroughs in efficiency, profitability, and customer satisfaction, but too many of them end up failing. However, with the right preparation, you can avoid the most common mistakes and stack the deck in your favour.
Summary: In today’s world, where change and disruption are constant, simply bouncing back is no longer a sustainable strategy. Sustainability is all about survival, but the goal of resilience is to thrive. Resilience should not occur in the face of adversity. One has to plan for it in advance, anticipating unexpected disruption.
Summary: Navigating the intense pressure at work requires resilience, but this time of change is special—it also requires leaders to take a step back, to engage their most innovative and strategic thinking, and to practise a unique self-discipline that will enable them to activate their organisations for a new world.
Summary: Resilience is a deep-rooted attribute that flows from the culture of an organisation, through the senior management, and down to the employees. Resilient organisations begin with resilient teams that are made of resilient individuals.
Summary: Culture, leadership, change, and discipline will help build a resilient organisation in a post-pandemic world. As you refine your culture and adapt your leadership for 2021, make sure you clearly identify the vision you have.
Summary: Busting the following myths:
MYTH 1: Every leader has a vision
MYTH 2: Vision is a gift that only a few can have
MYTH 3: Vision is an idea turned into a statement
MYTH 4: Visionary leadership is about consensus
MYTH 5: A visionary and a futurist are the same