“You can’t solve today’s problems with yesterday’s solutions.” And yet strangely enough, so many of us are trying to do just that.
The Challenges of Leadership in the 21st Century: yes it’s lonely at the top but does it have to be?
It’s lonely at the top but does it have to be? Co-leadership offers an alternative way to meet the challenges of leadership in the 21st Century
Our need to feel useful should not overpower the needs and desires of those we are trying to help, and the help itself should not be a constant reminder of people’s hardship. I realized that for those of us in the privileged position to support others in times of need, it wasn’t enough just to want to help. We have a responsibility to search for ways to do it with dignity and grace, that uplifts and empowers those that we are supporting.
Part III of a four-part series aimed at developing the strength and resilience to lead through difficult times, using our defence mechanisms to explore how they can help us have a greater sense of humanity, kindness and compassion for ourselves and those around us.
This is Part II of a four-part series that introduces key concepts from transformative leadership practices to help us navigate during this time of global uncertainty.
This is Part I of a four-part series to help navigate an unstable environment with wholeheartedness, empathy and compassion.