We all need Skills
Being a leader today means your skills are more important than ever. Once you acquire new skills you become a leader who transforms yourself and others.
We’ve always had skills and leaders have used these skills to create change in many settings throughout our recorded history. But the issue now has to do with the relative importance of these skills. The magnitude of interpersonal connections being created globally is at a point never before experienced in human history.
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Leaders today must be able to create new perspectives, new thinking, and inspire people to take action in different directions-because people want to, not because they have to. This is how you can lead.
For example, look at global warming. This issue must be solved by people who are working from a consistent level of global thinking and looking at this issue from a much larger context than ever before. Einstein said: “We cannot solve our problems with the same thinking we used when we created them.”
We know that a new generation of global leaders must step into the space of creating transformation in our world. With these new leaders comes new skills. Come aboard.