A manager had just stepped into her new appointment as co-director of a division at a large government agency. Having just attended my workshop on servant-leadership, she was determined to begin every conversation as a dedicated listener.
Making the rounds of her new workplace, she listened
The challenges of 21st-century work—rapid innovation, unrelenting change and unprecedented uncertainty—have created a stress pandemic. The future of work – your work – may involve robots, even as a manager or leader.Depending on your disposition, you may view the future as ripe for a
This thought-provoking post comes from Mike Myatt at Forbes. It captures quite well the difference between Leadership Training and Leadership Development. In my practice, I offer both training and development. Both tracks are appropriate in different circumstances.
Here's what Mike wrote:
The demand for authentic leadership has never been more evident. As hierarchies dissolve, only truly authentic leaders can fill the void. Power, trust and followership depend on leaders who know their purpose, express it in words and deeds, and help others find and implement their own raison