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There is no stopping the “Future of Work,” and the Center for Asia Leadership (CAL) is bridging the gap so people can learn about it firsthand. For the first time, CAL has organized a research and learning trip for fifteen young scholars on the emerging realities of future productivity, culture, skills, and capabilities, in Singapore from Dec. 29 to Jan. 4.
Does the secret to priming your team for an uncertain future lie in technical skills? Or soft skills? Or both?
Junior-level managers and working professionals are all invited to benefit from Harvard thought leadership on change-making through the Executive Leadership School (ELS) from August 20 to 22, 2019 in this city.
How does change happen and what is needed to sustain it? What forces need to be at work for change leadership to create lasting impact? Responding to the need to break down the science of change-making in the 21st century, the Center for Asia Leadership will be launching on July 22 CAL Online at http://online.asialeadership.org.
In an excerpt from her essay, she reveals how attending an adaptive leadership course helped her understand two major roles of real leadership: to help people face reality and to draw out shared values, priorities, and beliefs that go beyond petty self interests and tribal loyalties. Read on to find out how business is all about leadership and leadership is all about people.
Leadership is not having followers or being in a position of power. Leadership is finding purpose, taking action and never giving up for the greater good.
Only an adaptive leader like Rob Lindros would know how to look beyond the technical problem and seek beyond himself to solve an adaptive challenge.