Remember the days when being a great leader was about knowing a lot of stuff? About having lots of experience in “how we do things” and then transferring that knowledge and experience down the org chart?
Man, things feel different today.
Wisdom and experience aren’t obsolete. But neither are they the competitive advantage they once were.
Today it’s really about the ability to navigate the future. To be a leader who meets uncertainty with confidence– and has the ability to create clarity from it.
These – in our parlance – are Future-Fit Leaders
By operating withFuture Fitness, leaders are successfully able to manifest for their organizations…
- Outstanding results – marked by creativity, profitability, and efficiency
- Top talent – that is engaged, stretched, grown, doing “more with less”
- A culture of inclusion, psychological safety, community, and purpose
- An environment of wellness, balance, and respect
And they achieve this how? By recognizing the role of a Future Fit leadership team is to create the conditions that deliver such outcomes. The conditions in which talent can…
Because whatever the future holds – whatever impact AI has, whatever role the physical office plays –these are the things we need our teams doing. No matter what.
DELIVERING amazing results
DEVELOPING new skills and capabilities
CONNECTING to team, customer, and purpose
THRIVING – being well and whole
And the job of a leadership team, therefore, is to…
- Understand the current experience of their teams – to what extent they are and aren’t currently creating these conditions
- Recognize their blind spots
- Identify solutions – actions and recommendations provided by their team members
- Implement with agility and an eye toward experimentation
This is the work we do.