Publication name
Harvard Business Review
Publication date
14 Sep 21
Coaching Type
Leadership coaching

Leaders can’t support their teams if they don’t have support for themselves

I’ve seen the word “crisis” more in the past 18 months than in the previous 18 years.

The entire world is still dealing with a crisis of enormous proportions with long-lasting effects. We know at least one of these is that the future of work looks different. The efficiency of teams and team approaches to problem-solving are top of mind. The leadership of the future calls for very different attitudes and actions from the leadership style teams became accustomed to in the past decade.

Many researchers and business-development specialists cite the need of all organizations to now rethink and retool their competency models. They acknowledge this is crucial for the success of any enterprise and all those who contribute to it.

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