Seven Evolving Leadership Qualities for the Twenty-First Century

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It’s not just, “what’s the purpose of this project,” but instead, “what’s the purpose of this project to me.” People engage when they see themselves – their values, personal interests, vision and/or purpose – in what they’re about to do. Leaders must help employees put themselves into the overall corporate, team and project visions. Only when employees contribute to their jobs, projects and departments in a manner that’s consistent with their values and motivation will they fully commit and contribute to the overall company vision.

Are we on Leadership 2.0? 3.0? 17.0?

Leadership must evolve to embrace new dynamics, focusing on engagement and buy-in – creating dialogue, stirring up participation, and driving people to focused, purposeful action.

The “newest leadership” evolution brings seven new critical success factors, identified by Luke Iorio of iPEC, to the forefront.


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