Great Leaders Build Great Next-Gen Leaders
Leaders build leaders.
And… great leaders build great leaders.
We find ourselves in the midst of a cultural “vortex” where we have to deal with a myriad of leadership challenges.
Here are some examples:
- Dealing with the rapid increase of digitization, robotics, and AI that can lead to increased depersonalization
- Shifting from WWII transactional leadership to a collaborative style that incorporates the strengths of a multi-generational workforce
- Defining where we stand and what we believe in, even in the face of disapproval
- Creating an organizational culture that engages, attracts, and retains top tier talent
In my upcoming leadership series, I’ll share some of the insights I’ve gained on my leadership journey. If you are wondering how you might continue to expand and strengthen your leadership acumen so that you effectively navigate the daunting challenges of an ever-evolving world, this four-part series is for you!
Part 1 – How to be a Listening leader for Millennials
Great leaders know the importance of talking less and listening more. That’s the way they learn how to best coach and mentor their followers.
Part 2 – How to be a Transformational leader
The dictatorial, lone-ranger leadership style of do-as-I-say-or-leave, is as obsolete as the video cassette recorder that still gathers dust at the bottom of your yard sale collection. Transformational leaders generate a compelling vision of a future that holds exciting possibilities for everyone.
Part 3 – How to be a Differentiated Leader
Well-differentiated leaders are able to take care of themselves so that they can take care of others. Conversely, poorly differentiated leaders can act like a virus, infecting their organization or the individuals they lead.
Part 4 – How to be an Integrated Leader
Integrated leaders use their spiritual, relational, physical, intellectual, and financial capital to create synergy between all the different components. They are good stewards of everything that is entrusted to them.
I invite you to join me on this journey as we commit to learning even more, so that we can build, energize, and equip great leaders for the future and accomplish our goals together.