The pandemic has initiated a plethora of leadership roles that companies can align with their organizational needs. These roles have become more layered and elaborate. Additionally, companies are conducting innovative leadership training programs that sharpen key leadership attributes, ranging from cost management to communication management. Companies have begun acknowledging the value of cross-functional leadership strategies that benefit business productivity. In their article for Harvard Business Review, Paul Leinwand, Mahadeva Matt Mani, and Blair Sheppard share a list of new leadership roles.
New Leadership Roles Companies Should Explore
Companies are in desperate need of good strategies and decision-makers that will enhance their foundational framework. However, professionals good at strategic initiatives should also focus on the execution plan. It will put them in a better position to control tasks and delegate project duties.
The Humble Manager
It takes great courage to acknowledge your mistakes and accept that you are not good at everything. Everybody is learning something from others and accepting it makes the journey more positive. Modern businesses need humble professionals that accept their faults and try to outdo themselves.
The Techie Leader
Many business leaders used to delegate technical tasks to save themselves from the hustle. However, doing so in today’s scenario can cost businesses a lot. Companies need technically driven leaders that have a profound understanding of market trends.
The Innovator: An Effective New Leadership
Businesses strive hard to make their products and services more relevant and sustainable. To do so, companies must encourage innovative mindsets and methods.
Integrity-Driven New Leadership
Integrity serves an essential purpose in regulating frequent business scrutiny. It also impacts the team-building procedure and the strategy to optimize business with available resources.
The Global Localist
Globalization has motivated entrepreneurs to think big and make things happen. However, it is essential to be familiar with the demands of your end-users. You need to connect with your customers at the grassroots level. It will help you upgrade your services and enhance the customer service experience.
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