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The ability to develop and execute original ideas will propel tomorrow’s economy towards agile, futuristic, and hyper-personalized business models.
Tomorrow’s economy will bring unprecedented change – leaders will need a strong sense of purpose to help others navigate this transformative era.
Consistently showing up as one’s authentic self, while demonstrating empathy, integrity, courage, passion, resilience, agility and decisiveness!
The courage to let go of what’s worked to date and take a risk with the unknown.
The world is rapidly changing and our leaders of tomorrow will need to embrace disruption, encourage digital transformation and empower our people.
Organizations must adopt a model of continuous disruption where change with agility – coupled with new technologies – is their way of doing business.
Agility and innovation in the face of disruptive technologies, and using those changes to benefit organizations rather than simply reacting to them.
Leadership will require the ability to find innovative solutions in chaotic environments, characterized by an understanding of technology and high EQ.
Leadership now and in the future is about engaging and inspiring people to come together, commit to and achieve a shared vision.
A relentless focus on putting people at the centre of everything that we do, by understanding who they are, and what motivates them.
To lead in tomorrow’s economy requires us to embrace change as an opportunity, and to offer innovative solutions to solve problems.
Capacity to adapt to a changing environment and to inspire people to work together by unifying their efforts.
Fast adaptation to superfluid markets and the impact of AI, IoT, ICOs, trade wars, cannabis, fake news, and demographic and climate changes.
A team driven by diversity of thought and empowered through automation and artificial intelligence.
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It will continue to require a focus on developing and maintaining great relationships with our clients and those with whom we work.
Tomorrow’s leaders will leverage social and technological connectedness to inspire others through dedication to purpose and empathetic interaction.
Leading in tomorrow’s economy means change should not be only accepted, but rather be the norm in doing business. Innovation is the key.
The integration of vision and execution.
Ability to prioritize the truly important, strength to continuously adapt to change, and relentless focus on engaging the very best talent.
Be prepared to adapt and apply agility and positive disruption throughout your organization, and do not fear digital enablement but embrace it.
A passion to learn, relentlessly challenge the status quo and inspire innovation in everything we do.
Be curious. Serve authentically. Build relentlessly.
An insatiable drive to develop a culture of innovation and continuous learning.
Overcome the theoretical to better understand the practical. Disruption at all levels has shown what worked yesterday won’t necessarily work tomorrow.
Knowing how to optimize the value of people and talent as emerging technologies integrate more into our workforce.
We must rethink and broaden our views on the marketplace. The adaptability of products and services to a wide variety of customers is paramount.
I think creativity, courage, and agility are critical attributes for leading in a fast changing and evolving world.
The awareness to recognise and the agility to pivot in the face of accelerating change, built on yesterday’s foundation of integrity and trust.
We have to become more adept at adapting to change and chaos, while leveraging the power of collaboration and our innate ability to solve problems.
Innovative thinking and focus on the fundamentals.
Start asking ‘Why Not?’ instead of ‘Why’.
React to change quickly, adapt new business models and technologies, drive innovation, and build and develop a team with a wide array of skillsets.
The ability to take risks and quickly adopt innovation.
Leading in a rapidly changing world would require being comfortable with chaos, understanding new technologies, and being able to innovate.
Courageous leadership which embraces intuition and insight will drive tomorrow’s economy.
Being open to change. Being willing to do better. Being ready to work hard.
Leaders who are data-driven, process-focused, have a disruptive mindset, invest in people and delegate between humans and machines effectively.
Speed and agility. Increased volatility and rapid change are the new norm; companies must remain nimble and react quickly to changing market dynamics.
Flexible teams that are proactive in assessing the challenges they face, encourage innovation and diversity, and lead/set the pace of change.
In this dynamic digital world, one must remain grounded in real-life connections with people, to effectively understand and drive a collective vision.
A shift in mindset to embrace ongoing change. ‘Fail well and often, but keep moving and learning’ may well become the mantra of the future economy.
Passion, curiosity and unwavering commitment to challenge the status quo. To drive value, we need to embrace change, engage with diverse perspectives and be bold.
Be innovative and anticipate opportunities by embracing change, and be a catalyst for teams so they are inspired and aligned with the same mind set.
Digitally powered and connected business to deliver superior customer experiences, drive efficiencies and create innovative business models.
What’s great today, may be good tomorrow and outdated by next week – continued innovation is a driving force of today’s economy.
Recognizing the possibilities created by change and being well prepared to exploit them.
A focus on recognizing and retaining talent combined with an ability to outpace technological innovations!
Innovation. Firms and people who think of new ideas and new solutions will be in high demand and will be seen as leaders. People will follow them.
Asking the better question to drive innovation in a changing economy.
We must not only embrace technology, but also reimagine how it will modernize our way of thinking and shape the lenses we use to view the world.
Security & Privacy are critical factors of the digital equation. Organizations that effectively secure their assets will emerge as tomorrow's leaders.
Don’t adapt. Embrace diversity, be creative and continuously innovate to bring ideas that sound crazy today but that we can’t live without tomorrow.
Adaptability, Agility, Curiosity, Empathy and Flexibility – to adopt changing technologies, competitive demands and keep leaders fresh and effective.
Leaders will need to find the right balance between technology and people, and be comfortable in leveraging both as part of their workforce strategy.
Innovate by investing in people, maintain relationships founded on trust, and develop future visions by being bold and thinking outside of the box.
Leaders need to invest in technology, whether internally or by acquisition, to protect their existing markets and expand their business platforms.
Curiosity, agility and courage to relentlessly study the world, technology and people, continuously evolve our organizations and openly accept change.
Tomorrow’s leaders will have inspiration; lead and execute with pace; explore new markets; grow with change; and continuous development & coaching.
Great leaders of tomorrow’s economy are those who can genuinely listen, proactively help and advise for others and their teams.