for employees is leading people. 73% of respondents stated that leading people is important for success now, but an even greater percentage of 89% stated that it will be the most important factor for success in the future.
The Evolution of Leadership (1)
Traits of Successful Leaders (2): The Shift from Authoritative to Participative Styles
Traits of Successful Leaders (3): Managing Expectations and Priorities
Due to vast technological advancements, an increasing trend in leadership styles called ‘Self-Leadership’ is now being seen more and more often. The pioneers of this leadership style mainly connect over the Internet, rather than through face-to-face interactions, and fully exploit technology to forge an innovative and creative path. They have the drive to disperse physically and geographically
as they do not need to be managed and only ask for help when absolutely necessary. Statistics revealed by The Herman Group predict an increase by 40% of home-based work by the year 2020. Using primarily networking and negotiation skills, these types of leaders focus on the bigger picture and coordinate directions taken by independent workers. In this new leadership setting, the less technologically able leaders may feel challenged.
Learning and development resources remain indispensable to draw in different styles of leadership and outline various approaches to the new trend. Resources covering leadership topics include Online Learning Portals with live-scenario based training films on a broad spectrum of business challenges. (from Mind Resources)
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