the world we now live and operate in is a VUCA (volatile, uncertain, complex, ambiguous) world, placing heavy demands and challenges on all business leaders
Leaders of the 2020 decade must be able to make sound, complex decisions in a backdrop of uncertainty, ambiguity, and rapidly changing circumstances – never has the future been so uncertain and unpredictable.
The quest to deliver breakthrough products, services, experiences and growth through the 2020’s means innovation is at the top of the leadership agenda in every organisation. However, to deliver this, leaders require personal resilience to manage the opposition and setbacks that will arise. They need to have strategies and coping mechanisms to deal with stress, to thrive in adversity and fight the paralysis of risk aversion.
At the same time, the need for exemplary leadership of your people is greater than ever as employees grapple with blurred boundaries of cross functional working, fluid operating structures and an increased number of stakeholders (both internal and external).
Employees are experiencing an overload of demands requiring constant re-prioritisation and an ever increasing to do list. Meanwhile changing customer demand and advances in technology means businesses need to get things out to market quicker – they need to be delivering more change, and faster, given the changing expectations of customers resulting in more complex business models.
Culture Consultancy have worked tirelessly with boards, management and business leaders; equipping them with the mental strength, tools and processes to enable them to switch on and off, to work productively under stress and flourish in an ever changing demanding world.
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