3 Tenets of Leadership IQ
Today’s leaders need to understand people like never before. Leadership Intelligence refers to the ability to grow, learn and master new ways to lead people. There are three tenets to consider when boosting it: self-awareness, executive brain function, and response agility.
Being an effective leader of people in today’s world seems to be much more complicated than in years past. In the previous century, for the vast majority, work was approached as a means for survival. The level of employee engagement did not dictate how long they stayed in the role. That’s different today, however. Working class people are always on the look out for more stimulating and rewarding work, as well as inspiring work environments where they can make a difference and grow themselves and their careers.
Global workforce surveys report that highly qualified, motivated people chose to work for companies that build a strong, inspiring culture and that monitor and address both workplace culture and climate issues as they arise. If recruitment and retention of highly qualified, motivated people is one your organization‘s initiatives, leadership intelligence ought to be another. They go hand in hand.
Leaders in the early 21st century face unprecedented challenges. They must be able to lead three completely different generations of people, all with different operating contexts and
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