The Leadership Paradox for a Global Future

How can you take the lead when you’re not sure where you’re going? Rewiring your brain for the future.

The future is coming, whether you want it or not, and we will all need to adapt and change.  Your current job may look very different to now, or more likely, not even exist in the future. 

But that doesn’t mean you need to put your head in your hands and let stress hormones cause you to fight, flee, freeze or flock. The Korn-Ferry ‘Future of Work’ report suggests by 2030 there will be a talent deficit of 85.2 million workers, so you’re going to be wanted. Those people with the right skills will perform better and adapt fastest. But here’s the challenge: According to a report from the Institute For The Future (IFTF) and a panel of 20 tech, business and academic experts from around the world, 85 per cent of the jobs that will exist in 2030 haven’t even been invented yet. There’s a term for the challenge we face – VUCA. It stands for Volatile, Uncertain, Complex and Ambiguous.

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