The world has changed, and it’s clear new leadership styles, behaviors, and goals for business and government must change with it. Even pre-Covid, a reconceptualisation of organisations and their leadership was underway. The pandemic revealed a need for a humanisation of leadership, corporate behaviors and expectations.
There is a push for leaders who re-envision their company’s value to consumers, their communities and their people with a trend toward innovation. The new leadership must re-envision the workplace, and reinvent the work lives of those inside the business.
Support for collaborative approaches via distributed leadership mechanisms is growing, as is the idea that good leadership takes more than the weight of personality.
Competence is the new charisma brings together leading voices on the topic to share their views on what is required from our leaders in an evolving world.
– Amelie Yan-Gouiffes from the United Nations
– Laura J. Hay from KPMG
– Sheila Narayanan from Vulcan Consultants, L.L.C.
– Adam Hawkins from LinkedIn
– Dave Pye from Portman Partners