Today’s Leaders versus Tomorrow’s Leaders
Next to their annual Global CEO Survey PwC ran a parallel survey with over 200 leaders from AIESEC, a leading international student organisation. The respondents were all under the age of 30, and came from over 100 countries. They looked at the two groups side by side, exploring where young (future) leaders are aligned with the CEOs of today, and where they differ.
Sometimes the only way up is down
It is almost always better to step back or aside than to be pushed back, but for nearly every company and individual, push back at some point seems unavoidable.
Loneliness at the top
Do you feel lonely as a leader?
CEOs are often said to have the loneliest job in business. Yet arguably they are less lonely today than they were 20 years ago. That’s because the C-suite has significantly grown in size and changed in composition in the two decades – according to PwC.
The theory of disruption states that your chance of success will be 6x higher and your revenue opportunity 20x greater when you pursue a disruptive course. Not just for your company, but for you (who you are and what you do). So to achieve success, you harness rather than merely cope with disruption – according to Whitney Johnson.