There are multiple factors that necessitate a higher order of leadership. Some of them are:
86% of respondents to a recent 2016 World Economic Forum Survey think that there is a leadership crisis in the world today, and many companies are worried about their bench strength.
The other factor that is driving change, is that over the next 10 years, millennials
will double as the proportion of the workforce.
In many of our leadership workshops, when we ask the question –
“how many of you consider yourself a leader?”, less than 10% of the hands go up!
All of the above only demonstrates the need to transcend to a higher level of awareness and
capability, in our current and future leaders. What should be different, better or new?
- Intimades, rules and manipulates
- Relies on form, structure
- Eventually becomes incompitent
- More adolescent, even if highly functional
- Strong persona, maintains image
- Politics prevails
- Tends to lead forcefully
- Tends to be dominating
- Protects own image
- Inspires, evokes greatness
- Trust in self, others
- Continues to grow and learn
- Adult wiser and more mature
- Authentic and genuine
- Truth-telling prevails
- Leads with presence
- Poses dominion, mastery
- Serves those who follow
Source: Conscious Leadership: Transformational approaches to Bringing About a Better
Future - Article by renowned author, mentor, futurist on matters of social and
organisational change, John Renesch.