Are you worried about your next generation of leaders? You’re not alone. According to a new survey from Pearson and Executive Development Associates (EDA), 57 percent of business leaders said their leadership talent pipeline was the same or weaker today than it was two years ago. Seventy-five percent said increasing bench strength will be their top business priority for the next two to three years.
Is this too little too effort? When asked what skills were needed to assume executive positions within the next three to five years, respondents cited strategic thinking, leading change, the ability to create a vision and engage others around it, the ability to inspire, and the ability to understand how the total enterprise works. But the respondents also agreed these were the very skills lacking in their current talent pool.
Young generations of leaders has skills has changes alot. More leaders are very creative and they have some unique qualities. They’re able to do something out of nothing. It’s hard to find great leaders, they are made. And they are few,