Developing-Leaders-issue-34-2020

26 | Developing Leaders Issue 34: 2020 Viewpoint with an organization’s culture or when a leader gets ‘stuck’ in a single one, leadership potential will not be fulfilled, employee engagement will decline and organizational performance will suffer. Each intelligence has a different way of engaging people and blending them enriches the staff engagement that is so critical for productivity. Changing long-established patterns of leadership style can be extremely challenging, and requires that change is made ‘below the iceberg’ with those underpinning beliefs, values and strongly held identities. Ultimately though, the rewards will prove these endeavours well worth it, as a leader’s style offers the key to developing more engaged and effective teams right across the organization. In the research report we offer a series of tips for developing Ego, Eco and Intuitive leadership. You can download the full report here: https://www.hult.edu/en/executive-education/insights/ego-eco-and- intuitive-leadership/ Sharon Olivier is currently Director of Open Programs at Hult Ashridge Executive Education . She teaches, conducts research and consults in strategic HR management and leadership development. Prior to joining Hult Ashridge Sharon spent 20 years as a senior manager/OD consultant/learning facilitator/ coach/speaker. When these intelligences are misaligned... leadership potential will not be fulfilled, employee engagement will decline and organizational performance will suffer ‘Eco’, ‘Ego’ and ‘Intuitive’ Leadership

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