As we transition from the Industrial Age to the Social Age, we are experiencing an unprecedented pace of change.
Leaders and companies can either adapt and survive, or go the way of the dinosaur.
The reality is many of corporate America’s leaders face this challenge right now. How we were taught to lead – by our peers, parents, professors and mentors – is becoming obsolete.
Today, we welcome the Social Leader – that person who is an active listener, a relentless giver, and who serves as Chief Facilitation Officer for their team. The leader who doesn’t care about hierarchies or titles and isn’t susceptible to TWWADI (“The Way We’ve Always Done It”) Syndrome.