October 18, 2021
by John O. Burdett
More than anything, agility is a way to think, it’s a mindset. The type of leadership required exudes agility in everything the leader does. Which leads us to ‘The Way of the Dolphin’.
Agility is a way to think
In a post COVID world, organisational agility isn’t something that is a ‘nice to have.’ It becomes more imperative as we realise the next Black Swan event might be just around the corner. Agility must be embedded into every aspect of the organisation’s culture and must be integral to the organisation’s design. It should be evident in the organisation’s value proposition and must be evident in every customer touchpoint.
More than anything, agility is a way to think, it’s a mindset, and as such, without ‘leadership’ you still don’t have much. The type of leadership required exudes, encompasses, encourages, and expresses agility in everything the leader does. Which leads us to ‘The Way of the Dolphin’.
Leading the webinar is John O. Burdett, who has worked in over 40 countries as an executive and as a consultant for businesses that are household names. He has worked on, and continues to work on, leadership development and organisation culture, for some of the world’s largest corporations. John has published 14 best-selling books on leadership, many of which can be downloaded from all the major online bookstores or by contacting your local TRANSEARCH office for a copy.
This article is © Orxestra® Inc. and was originally published on the TRANSEARCH International website.
John O. Burdett is founder of Orxestra® Inc. He has extensive international experience as a senior executive. As a consultant he has worked in more than 40 countries for organisations that are household names. John has worked on organisation culture for some of the world's largest organisations. His ongoing partnership with TRANSEARCH International means that his thought leading intellectual property, in any one year, supports talent management in many hundreds of organisations around the world. Get in touch with John O. Burdett »