ADIZES: We have three words in our topic: “developing”, “future”, and “leaders.” Let me first talk about the future and then about what it means to be a leader in the future. Finally, I will address the issue of leadership development. - See more at: http://www.ichakadizes.com/speech-at-the-2013-prme-summit/We can't predict the future, but we know it will be different from today. Systems of power are collapsing under their own weight. New players emerge and relationships change and we will need a leader in every chair. New leaders can't know all that is needed, but they can listen, they forge relationships, they can be flexible, they can build networks of influence and mutual support.
Saturday, December 7, 2013
Developing Future Leaders
I've heard a lot about leadership development in religious life. There are various configurations of sisters who are putting on programs on leadership for their members under the age of 60. Here's a great article on the topic, written by one of the world's leading management experts: