New demands and expectations of executives are currently emerging within the VUCA (volatile, uncertain, complex and ambiguous) environment. Capacities such as systemic reasoning, change management or tolerance of frustration are just some examples of today’s needs.
Successful leaders, in continuous personal change, are focused on three forms of development:
- Deep comprehension and understanding of themselves.
- Understanding of others.
- Knowledge and understanding of their context or environment.
So, some of the questions that many executives face are: Which capacities do I have to work on more? What do I need to do in order to solve effectively current challenges and demands? How can I manage my emotions and tensions calmly and wisely?
Here are examples of competencies that our clients affirm having improved with our support and help.
- Strategic thinking
- Systemic reasoning
- Reframing and redefining challenges
- Decision making
- Change management and fostering transformation
- Humility and listening
- Empathy and connection
- Openness to feedback
- Self-control and composure
- Inspirational vision
- Generosity and collaboration
- Creation of innovative solutions
- Tolerance of ambiguity
- Resilience and tolerance of frustration
- Conflict resolution
- Personal development and development of others
- Learning skills