Orem, UT, February 21, 2019 --(PR.com
)-- Change is the new norm. Agility is a critical capability in today’s environment of disruption and technical innovation. For organizations to remain agile they will need employees who can outmaneuver the disruptions of the future. What can leaders do to become more agile?
“We analyzed data on more than 88,000 people across hundreds of organizations,” said Joe Folkman, President of Zenger Folkman. “It’s easy to tell people that all they need to do to be considered agile is to be more flexible; to be adaptable to changing circumstances and not rigid. But, as most people know, it’s more easily said than done. “
What Zenger Folkman discovered in their analysis was the four key characteristics that were always present when people were rated as being more agile.
1. Open to learning, listening, and respecting the opinions of others.
2. Willingness to stretch.
3. Optimism that you can change and improve.
4. Honesty with yourself.
Join Dr. Joe Folkman and Jared Harding as they discuss these four essential behaviors that can empower you to effectively practice agility. You'll also have the opportunity to take Zenger Folkman’s new Agility Self-Assessment, receive your results live during the webinar, and discover personal insights and individualized actions for strengthening these four critical behaviors.
Register for the webinar, Boost Your Leadership Agility, on February 27, 2019, here
For more information on these findings, and how to incorporate them into a leadership development plan, visit www.zengerfolkman.com.
Zenger Folkman is the authority in strengths-based leadership development. Their award-winning programs employ research-based methods that improve organizations and turn good managers into extraordinary leaders.