Q + A with Karin Jironet

July 30, 2018

Q + A with Karin Jironet

Today’s leaders still need to lead collective effort towards a common goal. What’s new is that to excel as a contemporary leader, they need to let go of traditional views on how best to lead and adopt a very different approach to how they make decisions and interact with colleagues.

With the enormous amount of often-conflicting information that leaders are exposed to, and the unpredictability of social and economic developments that define the business context, leaders often find themselves overwhelmed and torn as a result. In these situations, the tendency to focus on rationality rather than intuition actually impairs their ability to respond effectively.

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