Earlier this year, we published our Advanced Executive Fluency research – conducted with input from 17 veteran CEOs – on the ways of thinking, acting and being that executives must become fluent in to lead well in our age of disruption and turbulence.
During the summer, we’ve been developing what the fluencies mean for leaders who operate below executive level, and we’re excited to continue to share this with our network, offering insights, resources and tools in the spirit of generosity.
We’ve called our latest thinking the Leadership Growth Helix and we believe it represents something very exciting in developing senior leaders in a way that’s aligned your organisation’s context and needs.
How many of the leaders in your organisation are having their development and potential thwarted by a misalignment between leadership development and organisation design?
Taking an example, a cohort of senior leaders go on a leadership development programme where a large part of the focus for development is on creating the capability to collaborate well across the entire organisation.