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9 qualities to Build an Agile Leader's Toolkit - Adapt to Sustain

9 qualities to Build an Agile Leader's Toolkit - Adapt to Sustain | 21st Century Leadership | Scoop.it

"Nine (9) agile leader qualities are listed and explained as a leader / culture toolkit for sustainable leadership practices as well as a checklist."


Along with Drucker's "there's no such thing as leadership" article that is getting some attention, this list is also useful for followers, staffers and for examining culture and values.  In my own experience with leader competencies, flexibility and adaptability is key to being ABLE to change, the core of sustainability. ~ Deb


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Elaine Rumboll suggests:


AdaptabilityBack UpCuriosityDiversityEase of AccessForesightGrace in FailureHubsInclusiveness


The first in the list, Adaptability (Flexibility) is defined to:


be ready to change our plans when they are not working the way we expectedcreate alternatives to be ready to change course mid directionbuild a healthy robustness around how we are going to react[let go of] things remaining stable


Read the full article here.


Read further on in this newletter about dealing with a VUCA world, once that is Volatile, Uncertain, Complex and Ambiguous


Via Deb Nystrom, REVELN, Mark E. Deschaine, PhD, Ricard Lloria
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Management 3.0 - Complexity Thinking

This presentation is part of the Management 3.0 course, developed by Jurgen Appelo http://www.management30.com/course-introduction/

Via Philippe Vallat, Miklos Szilagyi
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Philippe Vallat's curator insight, September 17, 2013 9:20 AM

Great stuff, enjoy!

Miklos Szilagyi's curator insight, September 20, 2013 3:30 PM

It's not something to "eat" in one sitting... I reserved it here for me (and perhaps for some of you) in order to just come back some times and check in it this and that... it's more than 70 slides and they are often complicated but the info, the message is worth to go for it and understand it... so, happy discoveries...:-)))