Leading disruption through collective intelligence
In our ever-changing world, technical knowledge is no longer sufficient to be a leader. Leaders who make a difference are the ones who have developed “soft skills” (intra and inter-personal skills) in order to work with others. Today, being able to empower teams with a vision and manage people in an uncertain, complex and faster environment is the new norm. In the case of disruptive innovation, soft skills such as creativity, empathy, agility, are even more important. New leaders have to be able to create and stimulate collective intelligence.
Sylvie Brémond Mookherjee
Consultant, Speaker and Executive Coach at Innovation Blossom