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What Does The Future Leader Look Like?
Future Leaders. Meet our Future Leaders for Read our announcement of the fifteen talented and driven professionals from across Australia's grape and wine community who are the Future Leaders Frequently Asked Questions Q. Related Future Leaders news Article Read more.
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When we look to the future of work, will the changes to how we form teams render certain leadership styles obsolete? In our Future of Work Report , we identified a clear focus on productivity and a shift to more project-based employment as two likely predictions for the s. Another trend we touched on is Pragmatic Personas — how, when the next generation reach working age, personal branding becomes less about about culture and personality, and skews back towards skills.
So as we enter the new decade and the next generation of workers seek employment, what soft-skills will they need to thrive? According to the WEF, three core skills include creativity, adaptability, problem solving. And due to the pace at which technology will advance, there must also be a commitment to lifelong learning.
The needs of these digital natives will also change.
Future Leaders Connect
Aside from possessing all the skills listed above, a leader will also need to go one step further to develop strong people management skills. On the understanding front, a high-level of human intelligence quotient is also apparent. What is Future Leader Experiences? Future Leader Experiences is a 3 day FREE leadership development programme delivered for Lancaster University by Common Purpose , an independent international leadership organisation, and provides an opportunity to: Develop your confidence and networking skills Explore the nature of leadership Meet leaders from the private, public and third sectors Visit an organisation in the Lancaster Area on the 2nd day Network with fellow students and potential employers Become a member of the Common Purpose alumni network Enhance your CV Fulfil a requirement of the Lancaster Award 10 points.
How can I find out more about this programme? Download the latest information leaflet to find out more.
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