Inside the mind of a leader: how to unlock the performance mindset
In a changing world, business leaders need to become more flexible and agile at every turn
Leaders, as the Chinese might say, should be built for interesting times. Operating within a complex environment full of unknowables requires leaders to be comfortable with discomfort and navigate often hostile landscapes.
Apart from a leader’s basic capabilities gained through learning and experience, an individual can successfully adapt to the pace of internal and external changes by developing key characteristics that, when combined, can be called the ‘performance mindset’.
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