April 27, 2018

The Emerging Crisis in Leadership

Everything rises and falls with leadership.

Leadership is powerful and transformational because it is relational. The connection between strategy and success can only be bridged with people.

Unprecedented Leadership Shift

One of the greatest shifts in business history is currently unfolding. A generational transformation is underway that will open the door to an unprecedented opportunity for businesses and their leaders.

You can gain a significant advantage by both recognizing and seizing this unprecedented shift. It begins with organizations of all types clamoring to attract quality talent as baby boomers retire in record numbers. But beyond attracting talent how organizations respond to this generational transformation may well predict not only future success but survival.

Preparing Your Response to the Leadership Challenge

Organizational effectiveness and success rises and falls with leadership. Leaders are the difference makers in great organizations. This creates the opportunity that defines the problem.

Here are three short video’s that outline the challenge and the opportunity based on the latest research.

  1. Five Critical Facts About Leadership—Learn why the need for leaders will never be greater than it will be over the next 10 years.
  2. #1 Reason Why People Follow a Leader—Want people to follow and engage? This is what you need to respond to followers greatest need. 
  3. Five Timeless Leadership Cometencies—Learn what have been identified as the five most sought after and coveted leadership qualities.

(Each video view is less than three minutes)

Clarity to Win Leadership Experience

In October, we will be hosting the Clarity to Win Leadership Experience at the Park Hyatt Resort at Aviara in Carlsbad, California.

This is a unique opportunity for business leaders to learn, grow and develop their leadership capabilities and those of emerging leaders in their organization.

You can learn more here.

“The test of an organization is not genius. It is the capacity to make common people achieve uncommon performance.” 

—Peter Drucker

Research Sources: Gallup, Kenan-Flager Business School, UNC, Human Capital Institute, Deloitte

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Let's work together.

linkedin facebook pinterest youtube rss twitter instagram facebook-blank rss-blank linkedin-blank pinterest youtube twitter instagram