To rise to a higher level, to advance your career, to intensity your impact and performance, you need new skills, techniques and strategies to succeed in this fast-paced world.
So, let me ask you;
Are you looking for an edge to advance your career? Do you have the right skills to lead successfully over the next decade and beyond? Are you ready to increase your influence, your impact, your executive presence, and your ability to deliver results?
Well, Lead Beyond 2030 is the book for you.
While some of the core elements of leadership will remain the same over time, such as creating future vision and executing strategy, our future leaders will need a new collection of skills to succeed. In this book, you'll discover how to stay relevant and competitive with nine skill accelerators over three primary elements: leading self, leading others, and leading business. By mastering the skills outlined in this book, you'll be able to become an industry expert who delivers a consistent body of work, a compelling vision, a ground-breaking leadership style, and above all, a personal stamp that cuts across industries and decades. You'll become a key leader of influence.
This book will help you propel your career, as you invest in yourself and the skills of your team. The ability to swiftly develop new skills has never been more critical to keep up with the pace of change in the market.
Many leaders and organisations have an endless supply of technical knowledge and years of experience. Still, they continue to struggle because they lack emotional intelligence, which is the foundation of self-leadership. When you excel at self-leadership, you excel at leading others, placing you ahead of the game. You become a game— changing world-class leader who is paving the way.
The one constant in business and life is change, and I'm pretty sure an ambitious person like you doesn't want to become a dinosaur in your industry. In the past, too many leaders rested on their laurels and didn't bother with challenging the status quo — it's why we have too many old-school leaders. A new era of leadership is on the horizon, and it requires go-getters like you, to raise the bar high.