Being perceived as strategic and ‘always in control’ may have been the holy grail for leaders of the past, but increasingly, they need to be inspiring coaches and communicators, not hiding behind statistics and data. Lest we lose sight of the obvious fact, people science is the science of people.
In reading this article, you will:
- Understand why some leaders struggle with change and transition
- Understand why being a good role model creates a great leader
- Discover how to create a sense of belonging and build trust in teams
First published in theHRDIRECTOR, October, 2018. Reproduced with permission.
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