Today's leaders must be conversant in many different techniques to lead their organizations. The latest technological and digital tools must be utilized, but the human factor is equally important. This makes for a tricky balance. Fortunately, many of the articles in this issue address these topics from a variety of viewpoints and perspectives.In “The New Leadership Literacy of Creating and Sustaining Positive Energy,” Bob Johansen discusses in detail five literacies that leaders will need to master in the future, starting now. In his words, they are: looking backward from the future, voluntary fear engagement, leadership for shape‐shifting organizations, being there when you are not there, and creating and sustaining positive energy. Focusing on the last for this article, Johansen stresses that this energy must be created and sustained not only within the leader, but within others as well. This process contains a number of aspects of well‐being that he explains fully: Physical, Mindful, Interpersonal, Societal, Financial, and Spiritual (“though not necessarily religious”), as well as Well‐Being in Work.If you are confused about the concept of data analytics, and how it might pertain to your organization, clear answers are found in “Data Analytics: The Four Steps Every Leader Should Take
Leader to Leader – Wiley
Published: Jan 1, 2018
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