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Future-Proofing Your Leaders for 2030 & Beyond

Posted by Gyzel Francois on Nov 25, 2019 6:29:58 PM

Futurist and author Jack Uldrich defines a future-proof leader as “someone who takes the time to become aware of how fast the world is changing, aware of various trends that might affect his or her business.”  There is grave danger that leaders assume that the current state of the world and business will continue as-is, enabling them to simply maintain the status quo.

 

Join us as we take a closer look at the core leadership qualities necessary for the demands of tomorrow and get exclusive access to Corwin Vandermark's expert advice that can help you prepare your leaders for 2030 & beyond.

  • Develop skills and self-awareness through experiential learning

  • Look beyond “high-potential” candidates 

  • Don’t ignore the current leadership 

 

Future-Proof Through Blended, Experiential Approach

StratX supports Fortune 500 companies in the development of current and future leaders using a blended, experiential learning approach that enhances the on-the-job performance of delegates, their teams, and their organizations.  Get a copy of our white paper today by clicking the link below or contact us to find out how we can support you today.

Future-Proofing Leaders White Paper

Topics: Learning & Development, Video, Experiential Learning, whitepaper

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