Leadership

Over the past few years, people have developed a deep distrust of business leaders because of their self-surviving mentality, avoiding corporation taxes and assuming customers and other stakeholders to be less intelligent than them.

It is increasingly evident that we need a new kind of business leadership in the 21st century. New leaders demonstrate a passion for their purpose, practice their values consistently, and lead with their hearts as well as with their ethical mind. They establish long-term, meaningful relationships with all the relevant stakeholders and have the self-discipline to get results. They know who they are and not try to copy past leaders.

Smart leaders recognise that leadership is not about their success or about getting loyal subordinates to follow them. They know the key to a successful organisation is having empowered leaders at all levels, including those who have no direct reports. They not only inspire those around them, they empower those individuals to step up and lead.


Our thinking

What is the business
of 21st Century
business?

Whose business is IT?

Conforming to Corporate
Governance in a cloudy
technology world

 

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