In a time of constant change and disruption, leaders face the need to continually pivot strategy, stay ahead of advances in technology, meet demands from employees and customers for optimal experiences, and cope with pressure from stakeholders to deliver amid global competition.

It is clear that in this ambiguity and complexity, old approaches to leadership – where one person at the top was expected to have all the answers and make decisions – simply won’t work.

As part of our investigation into the changing nature of work, we turn our attention to leadership, and explore the qualities that leaders need to steer their companies into the future with confidence.

Deep self-awareness, knowledge of different leadership methods, facilitating talented teams, mind and body resilience, and personal capacity, are just some of the elements they must cultivate to succeed.

Leading in ambiguity and constant change

As the world of work changes so must leadership, so we explore the key shifts that leaders must make to confidently navigate a complex future.

 
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The changing nature of work

The dynamic future of work is here, so we look at how to rise to the immense challenges.

 
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Why resilience is critical for today’s leaders

Building resilience is essential for today’s leaders to meet demand and face complexity.

 
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The keys to network and virtual leadership

A look at how these leadership styles suit many challenges faced today.

 
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Supporting leadership transitions

Why leaders need self-awareness and the support of organisations to help them succeed.

 
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Harnessing new leaders

Hiring new leaders requires a clear vision of strategy, the skills needed and reward.

 
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Eight ways to navigate leadership of the future

Leaders of the future need to develop eight key areas to lead with confidence.

 
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People & Change

Our team assist clients to navigate transformational change across all functions.

 
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