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Special Bleet: Latest leadership research

By Juliet Hammond, LIW Business Impact Consultant

This month there are predictions for the year ahead: Blanchard highlights coaching, building trust, and listening as the top 3 leadership skills; and Forbes identifies L&D trends for 2020 including closing the learning doing gap, mobile learning, democratising leadership and alignment to engagement. Could biosensory technologies be the future for leaders? Enabling them to understand their emotions and create insights. Upskilling goes beyond a training course and needs leadership to enable continuous learning. BCG reminds us that innovation is a mindset that drives serial innovators. McKinsey finds female leaders can bring insights into organisational leadership values so it pays to have a mix of genders in leadership roles. When old ways of working no longer work, shift your leadership thinking by trusting others and learning to slow down.

What does this mean for leadership?

Leaders keep themselves and their squads up to date on the latest thinking so click here for links to all the research highlighted above!

 

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