Leadership Is About to Get More Uncomfortable

Harvard Business Review

Employees used to know just your name, your face, your business reputation. Competitors will be recast as allies, as rival companies will have to work together to achieve more complex technical innovations. Now they know your salary, your hometown, your connections on LinkedIn, how much your house is worth. They know more than ever, and you’re under pressure to share more than ever, too – 76% of global executives think it’s a good idea for their CEO to be on social media.

The Leadership Vacuum | N2Growth Blog

N2Growth Blog

Before I go any further, today’s rant should not be construed as a call for elitism, but rather a call for authenticity, innovation and professionalism. As leadership advisors and coaches we counsel our clients on the need for change and innovation, but have we become the proverbial shoe maker without shoes? I think not…rather I believe that many among us are sadly lacking the innovative approach to our practice that we so consistently demand from our clients.

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