​Future of Leadership (white paper)

29th October 2020

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Because of the times we live in, there is a strong mistrust of those “who lead” and, at the same time, unprecedented prospects for advances in technology. These question and challenge the way leaders motivate swiftly, persuade, onboard and spur people into action, individually and collectively.

Most organisations, regardless of their size or degree of economic maturity, realise that a leadership model doesn’t just happen: it takes specific skills, which need to be developed in the “empowering” environment of a learning organisation.

In light of the far-reaching changes under way in the economy, jobs and employment, the broader issue of skills and abilities – leadership included – is key to an organisation’s competitiveness and subsequently its longterm survival.