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Leadership of Tomorrow are leadership skills that will shape leadership in the future.
Leadership of Tomorrow are leadership skills which help you to develop the full potential of people and teams.
Leadership of Tomorrow are leadership skills that make organizations more dynamic, flexible and innovative.
Leadership of Tomorrow are leadership skills that strengthen motivation and target orientation.
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Leading in the future – leading into the future. Leadership needs new inspiration so that organizations can take advantage of the opportunities offered by change. Leadership of Tomorrow shows you ways to achieve the greatest possible leadership impact – through personal development, a clear leadership attitude and modern process competence. Because the future requires different leadership skills and a sense of how leaders continuously develop themselves and others. Guidance for self organization becomes a matter for the boss in order to offer employees even more room for creativity and to use resources optimally. In the same way, managers must continue to recognize early situations where quick decisions count – based on intuition and experience.
Scrum, Lean Startup or Design Thinking are effective concepts. But they fall short if managers do not develop the right culture through their leadership behaviour. Leadership in the future therefore requires a systemic understanding of relationships, emotional intelligence, the acceptance of different truths, awareness in dealing with conflicts, moderation competence in decision-making processes as well as the courage to take new paths and to learn together from mistakes. Above all, however, it involves unlearning one's own behaviour and developing new ones. The aim of the above measures is guiding a permanent process of change that resembles an evolution rather than the next change decreed from above.
Allow contradictions, use conflicts, encourage collective intelligence, moderate decisions, ask the right questions, listen well, be open to new perspectives, network across system boundaries.
Give personal responsibility and scope for creativity, increase self-motivation and willingness to perform, trust employees, recognise and use resources, encourage autonomy.
Using errors, Adapting behaviour
Initiate and drive feedback, use it for joint learning, adapt methods. Leadership mindset: There is no failure, there is only feedback.
Initiate and keep change alive, achieve better results through open and step-by-step procedures, lead through uncertainty, create stability, be flexible and stay curious.
Design new forms of organization (Holacracy, Laloux etc.), initiate and design new work processes (for example, Scrum, Design Thinking), promote cross-functional thought and action.
Willingness to perform in the future depends on purpose, Generation Y and Digital Natives ask: Why do we do what we do? Elaborate and communicate purpose together.