The world of business is undergoing a crisis of leadership as many leaders have failed to adapt to the new economic challenges. Many workplaces are rife with toxic leaders who are more concerned about blaming others for mistakes while defending their own turf. In the long run, people move out of such organizations and those who remain lose all initiative and desire to contribute.
Fortunately, it is possible to introduce a better and more cooperative leadership dynamic in such organizations. By encouraging their subordinates to try new ideas even as they make mistakes, leaders can make their organizations more robust and adaptive.
This is what Neil Jurd OBE talks about in The Leadership Book and on his LeaderConnect platform. This article presents a few insights from Jurd’s rich work so that leaders can implement them and create a more motivated workforce in their organizations. To read more, click here.