When it comes to building leadership capability that can provide organizations with sustainable growth, organizations have to constantly adjust their leadership development strategy and curriculum to align to the needs of the rapidly changing world. The common denominator that all leaders face is how to lead effectively in a world with so much volatility, uncertainty, complexity and ambiguity, known as the ‘VUCA’ phenomena. The 2009 global recession has coined the new nomenclature of “new new” and “new normal” and the global footprint of effective leadership will need to be re-aligned.
Effective Leadership in the 21st Century will become a blend of foundational skills and competencies that will be ageless and timeless along with a new set of contemporary skills and competencies that will enable leaders to excel in these rapidly changing times.
The Chief Learning Officers are the key enablers of change in Leadership Development and the scope of their roles will also need to change as they must be the forerunners in building new leadership capabilities for their organizations.
The presentation will provide you with the following learning:
Understand the foundational competencies that are ageless and timeless.
Introduction of the new contemporary skills that are required for 21st Century impact.