Disruptive innovation is a common business model today, but can you apply these principles to your own career? Whitney Johnson believes that by following the same rules disruptive business do, you can create your own career path and achieve success more quickly than if you follow the corporate path.
In four simple steps, Johnson outlines how you can build a more satisfying career path using disruptive thinking. She uses real-life examples to show how people have built successful non-linear careers by focusing on their strengths and unique abilities.
Non-linear careers is a topic Borderless Consultants Rosalie Harrison and June Nilsson will cover during their session at the Women in Leadership Forum at the CPhI Congress on 5 October. You can share your experience with them via Twitter @borderlessexec #WomeninLeadership or LinkedIn http://bit.ly/2aAevd8
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The specific attributes that leaders of color bring can be the key to unlocking great leadership — for everyone. To better understand the relationship between leadership and identity, the authors talked to 25 leaders of color across the social sector and drew on their client work. Their research identified several noteworthy assets that leaders of color bring to their organizations.
The mission of a CEO used to be fairly straightforward. Set the vision and strategy of your company and make sure the right people are in the right roles. Above all else, grow as fast and as big as you can. But as the world has changed, so have the demands of the CEO job— and the skills needed to succeed in it.
A great global migration is in the making. Around 40% of the world’s digital talent pool is hunting for new jobs, according to BCG research, with many workers open to changing locations. And competition for their services has never been hotter.