Seven Evolving Leadership Qualities for the Twenty-First Century

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Authority is a poor substitute for leadership. Job titles don’t indicate leadership. In fact, energy, influence and emotion are more salient elements of leadership than ever before. Power has shifted to those who know how to get answers (rather than those who think they already know the answers). Leaders must always remember that their energy leads more loudly than their position, that they’re far more visible than ever before, and that brilliant, spot-on ideas and contributions can come from any direction at any time.

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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