Re-Pensando el Liderazgo

04 May 2017

En un nuevo artículo publicado en HR People+Strategy «The Leadership Rethink», Vince Molinaro plantea lo que significa ser un líder hoy y la necesidad de desarrollar líderes para el futuro.

“Society will need a continuous flow of leaders,” was an observation made by John W. Gardner, former Secretary of Health, Education, and Welfare under President Lyndon Johnson, in his book, Excellence (1961).

Whether it’s seismic change driven by digital disruption, fundamental shifts in how or where we work, the threat posed by climate change or the increasing globalization of our economy, leaders must be able to navigate a broader, more complex array of challenges than ever before. And leadership has definitely evolved to keep up.

Today, it is more distributed throughout an organization, from the C-suite all the way down to the frontlines. All roles matter, not just a few at the top. Leaders need to be more collaborative, and build networks of peers inside and outside their organization. They also need to nurture and cultivate leadership potential in the people they lead. In an environment like this, we need leadership to be at its strongest, maybe stronger than it’s ever been. The horrible truth is that leaders have fallen well short of where they need to be.

Nos da 6 elementos impulsores y tendencias que los líderes deben abordar.

  • VUCA World
  • Digital Disruption
  • Work Re-invented
  • Accountability
  • Robotics and Artificial Intelligence
  • Neuroscience

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