Seven Evolving Leadership Qualities for the Twenty-First Century

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Leadership boils down to the moment of interaction – and in that moment, you can choose to influence and impact in ways that can be seen and felt immediately. To do this, you must be intentional as to how you’re going to use these thousands of moments (i.e., chances) that you get each day with your employees. Intentionally set up your guiding principles for how you want to show up as a leader in these moments. You know these moments will occur, so plan for them and you’ll be prepared and present in the moment, right when your employees need you the most.

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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