Why we need Interconnected Leadership

We are at the beginning of a new era. Our working world is characterized by digitization, new work and new leadership. But what does that mean for our economy, for our work and above all, for us as human beings?

The old world as we know it and our understanding of work and performing is increasingly being replaced by new concepts. The rules of the old economy have long been called into question. Fresh winds are blowing through the organizations and new work concepts are omnipresent.

But not only organizations have to reposition themselves. We all, each and every one of us, need to create an awareness that we need to face the future with a different mindset to persist the challenges of digitization.

In addition, the growing globalization is making our world more and more complex and in the work world we are confronted with a diversity that has never existed like this before: different cultures, mentalities, disciplines, views, societies, gender or generations encounter and need to be connected.

This is a challenge especially for leader. In these times, more than ever, we need bridge builders capable of combining the old with the new, of providing security in times of uncertainty and, above all, of dealing with all kinds of diversity.

We need Interconnected Leadership.