Ask any member of the C-Suite what issues are top-of-mind going into 2015 and many will acknowledge the top risks include: cyber-attacks, bottom-line performance, the role that big-data is playing an……
Before we go on to unveil the future trends, let’s have a look at what was happening on the leadership training scene this year. Among the most innovative leadership strategies being taught all over the world was the so-called “endogenous resourcing”, standing for the myriad techniques for unlocking employees’ hidden potential.
Apart from this trend, we saw the rise of management policies that foster sustainability and a slow transition from the autocratic, control-and-command management style to its more democratic variety – both demonstrating how the human side of business has become a growing factor in the success of leadership as employed by many global brands.
Having examined the present, let’s now direct our gaze to the future – here are 6 innovative leadership development practices that we will see spreading in the upcoming year.
The interval between planning sessions has diminished over the past few years. The interval used to be about five years. These days, it’s closer to 2 years in many organizations. As a rule, the more the organization is impacted by technological developments, the shorter the interval. These days, with the global and national economic system as uncertain as it is, strategic planning is more difficult, but more important, than ever.
Plans do not always succeed in their execution. There are a variety of reasons for this, but most fall into the following categories:
1. Lack of motivation and personal ownership
2. Poor communication
3. Idea behind the plan is too vague
5. No/poor Leadership
For a plan to succeed, there needs to be a connection with the real world, not just an idealized vision. The real world includes (among others) items such as:
~ Customer expectations
~ Local and national Economy
And your business is also professional and personal goals
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It’s that time of year where analysts gaze into our crystal balls and make predications about the trends we expect to see in the upcoming months. My thoughts about 2013 are based on the hundreds of conversations I’ve had with social business product vendors and customers over the last twelve months. Below I’ll list my top predications for 2013, but if you only have a moment here are the mains idea that I want to share:
My point of view: Not limited to social business.