Agile leadership is not just desired, it's required.

In the modern business environment, those who are able to thrive among chaos while helping others to prosper as well will be your future leaders, suggests a major study by i4cp. Leadership competencies of the next 10 years clearly revolve around fast changing environments and uncertainty. Leadership agility, flexibility, innovation, communication and change management were the top five competencies identified as requirements for future leaders by i4cp survey respondents.

i4cp enables high performance by helping member organizations achieve effective leadership through these Leadership Knowledge Centers:

  • Change Management
    Examines the accelerating pace of change, initiatives companies use to proactively manage change, and the effectiveness of those strategies.
  • Coaching
    Provides examples of coaching and mentoring practices, their growing prevalence in the workplace and their connection to strategic business goals.
  • Effective Leadership
    Presents an in-depth look at the successful leader, the challenges leaders face now and in the future, and highlights strategies for developing leadership skills and competencies.
  • Global Workforce
    Highlights the forces driving globalization and investigates global staffing challenges and corporate practices related to leadership, local management, compensation, recruitment and training.
  • Internal Communication
    Addresses the changing nature of internal communication, the effectiveness of company communication initiatives, and ways in which leadership can influence the culture through proficiently conveyed messages.
  • Succession Planning
    Explores the trend toward more systematic approaches to succession planning, which increasingly is linked to executive development and the overall business strategy.
  • Teams
    Examines different types of team structures used to get work done and the challenges teams face in a multitude of situations including working virtually.

Become a member to gain access to i4cp's research and peer resources. Contact us to get started today.