I have not met a single leader in the past 2-3 years, who did not know and feel, that the times are changing.
The paradigm shift of leadership is omnipresent, and clearly driven by advances in society, arts, literature, music – and naturally by the immense development in technology. This is referred to as the fourth industrial revolution; or the first digital revolution. The question is, how does the modern leader think and act in this turmoil of change? One way of answering this is by describing the mindset of the responsive, modern leader.
First and foremost, the modern leader . . .