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I have about an hour-long traffic-filled commute to and from my office, so I spent the time listening to leadership giants share their knowledge and experience. That did not include all of the podcasts, articles, blogs, research studies, etc.
This thirst for information is insatiable because this new era of emerging leaders know that the key to success is constant and purposeful curation of leadership learning. Reflecting on successes and failures is one of the quickest ways to grow as a leader.
Developing emerging leaders: a new solution to an old problem
Many emerging leaders constantly benchmark themselves against others. In social psychological terms, we call this social comparison.
This new era of emerging leader should reflect upon ways to daily and incrementally grow to become better than they were in the past. I had a mentor once tell me there are three questions that I, as a leader, should reflect on every day:. These are great questions to spark your daily reflection.
Think of these reflection times as your after-action reviews, in which you glean useful insights from your day. This new era of emerging leaders craves the wisdom that other leaders can share.
In the minds of these leaders, there is no reason to learn by "hard knocks" when the wisdom of those "hard knocks" has already been gained and distilled into edible lessons by others. So, emerging leaders constantly seek out mentors, conferences, leadership boot camps, and training sessions all in the effort of quickly upskilling their leadership impact. This book brings together the stories and ideas of the future from a survey of nearly emerging leaders to get their points of view and thoughts about how organizations need to change in order to develop effective leaders of tomorrow.
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While many talented young professionals are eager and ready to take on these leadership roles, their voices are rarely heard. This book brings together the stories and ideas of the future from a survey of nearly emerging leaders to get their point of view and thoughts about how organizations need to change in order to develop effective leaders of tomorrow. This hopeful, insightful book shows why values and opportunities must become central to attracting and motivating the best talent.
Honesty, integrity, inclusion and social responsibility will be more critical than ever to creating and leading effective organizations. In order to effectively 'pass the torch' to a new generation of leaders, it's important that we listen to them now, and adapt to potential shifts in leadership focus. For eight years, the Emerging Leaders Program has contributed to the cultivation in Greater Boston of a more collaborative civic environment.
Fuelling emerging leaders to power business agility
The authors not only share the lessons of that program with a broader audience, but skillfully interweave the literature on leadership, the voices of the emerging leaders, and their own personal stories to shed insight - with humanity and rigor - on the future of leadership in our country. Their fresh, hopeful and surprisingly perceptive views force all of us, even the most seasoned leaders, to recalibrate how we think about diversity, gender, ethics and what it really means to be a leader. This book speaks to a vibrant future, and everyone will take something valuable from it.
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