(From Business Wire) -- In a foresight report released today, Hay Group, the global management consultancy, identifies the six most significant trends that will affect organizations, employees and managers over the next two decades, and the key competencies required of successful future leaders.
"Shifting trends indicate that the next generation of leaders will need to be adept conceptual and strategic thinkers, have deep integrity and intellectual openness, and find new ways to create loyalty among employees," said Georg Vielmetter, regional director, Leadership and Talent, Europe, at Hay Group and the leader of the report. "Managers will need to relinquish their own power in favor of collaborative approaches, both inside and outside their organizations. In some cases, this means abandoning many of the behaviors that propelled leaders to the top of their organizations in the first place."
The report, Leadership 2030, examines six global trends--globalization, climate change, demographic shifts, digitization, individualization and technological convergence--and their impact on leadership and organizations.
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