The Chief Executive wanted to harness the collective capability of his senior leadership team to lead and embed the changes within the organisation. Read more to see what the challenges being experienced in the organisation included.
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The Leadership Agility Accelerator is a tool that has been developed to help leaders select and work on specific leadership practices that will take your agility to a new level. So how does this tool help executives, leaders and managers deliver for today and safeguard tomorrow? Understanding what level of leadership you demonstrate, versus what is required of you in your role is a great starting point.accelerator, action, agility, article, assessment, behaviour, best, business, change, coaches, conversations, create, demonstrate, develop, exchange, executives, gain, greater, help, honest, houston, impact, improving, increase, initiatives, leaders, leadership, leading, level, managing, moving, perspective, plan, point, practices, psychological, research, response, results, safeguard, safety, select, specific, start, step, tomorrow, tool, trained, undertaken, work
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