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The Leadership Landscape
A growing leadership skills gap exists in today’s world of work. Employee disengagement is at an all-time high, with a just 33% of employees feeling engaged at work.
At the same time, more than half of organizations do not feel ready to meet leadership needs.
Tens of thousands of baby boomers are retiring every day. As baby boomers exit the workforce en masse, they take their critical knowledge and experience (i.e., wisdom) with them.
The next generation is meant to be taking the reins, yet more than 60% of millennials feel that their leadership skills are not being fully developed.
Unfortunately, the way in which millennials have been addressing this issue is by quitting.
Work has changed significantly over the last decade, and it has been challenging for organizations to adapt.
Leadership is now a conversation.
The outbreak of COVID-19 in 2020 accelerated these trends, especially for leaders working remotely.
The Top Skills Required for Effective Remote Leadership
Now, it is up to organizations to equip their employees of all ages and word situations with the tools they need to successfully lead in an increasingly remote, virtual, distanced world of work.
This new world of work requires new and different leadership competencies and skills, along with a reworked approach to leadership. In a nutshell, being a successful leader in a remote world requires a unique combination of both hard and soft skills.
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With skills tests, employers can get a 360-degree view of their people — they can begin to see the whole person and their potential. With skills tests, employers can both increase speed-to-hire for new employees and better develop their existing employees into future leaders.
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