Leaders who have the ability to adapt and respond effectively to the ever-increasing complexity of the workplace are described as agile. Leadership agility is often viewed as the critical link that allows leaders to navigate risk and drive innovation important to success.
Agile leaders appear to have a canny ability to make decisive actions, take calculated risks and pivot when necessary on the spot. However, appearances can be deceptive.
My experience working with a truly agile leader has provided insights and truths that are not always obvious to other effect leaders. Agile leaders do build a network of people from all walks of life. It is very impressive to observe and admire their talents.
Agile leaders are also vision driven, committed to a cause greater than themselves and inspire members of her organization and leaders of the greater community by modeling the core values that sustain the Drive to achieve the vision.
We spent a few minutes on discussing skills and subskills that go into building this routine:
You never would naturally think that practicing this kind of behavior would be beneficial for decision making skills... but it certainly leads to that.
What might we do to keep ourselves on task when increasing the number of people we track when first implementing this? How do we avoid this becoming a distracting time-sick?
Awesome read. I'm going to build a better network now.
Being a Leader in the Tech industry with an ISP has been an eye opening experience. Building a network and engaging with them daily if possible has shown exponential increases in my reach and resolution abilities. Great read!!