I'd like to throw some questions out to the masses here at the Hub:
As our world and organizations shift with the changes in local and global cultures, have approaches to developing leadership shifted as well? Do you take a formal approach to developing leadership and if you do, what are the three to five core, non-negotiable things that you want to make sure get taught? If your approaches have changed over the last ten years or so, how would you describe the changes? As you look to the future, what do you think will be most important for leaders to have/know?
Thanks much. Can't wait to see what you all think!
by Jim Taggart
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