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September 15, 2023

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September 15, 2023 - Issue #0055

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  • Digital Transition Is Not A Choice, But An Inevitability

  • Six Truths of Modern Leadership Development

  • Mel Ross - Modern Leadership Development Mentor

  • Ask The Editor

  • Feedback


Digital Transition Is Not A Choice, But An Inevitability

Adapt2digital has published an article stressing the importance of digital transformation by leadership. One of the main points addressed is:

“The majority of leaders believe digital transformation is a choice, a business decision to be agreed to or not.”

Many leaders recognize it is important and could be beneficial to its business and customers. However, some feel it is buried as just another project. The problem is that it is happening all around us whether we like it or not.

We should evaluate how we work in our daily routine. Be prepared for the future.

Questions to ask yourself:

  1. Is digital transformation going to be rolled out within a project when it is time?
  2. Are your metrics focused on delivering on time?
  3. Is your communication focused on the benefits of shiny new stuff?
  4. Is your leadership beyond being a passive authority?

See the entire article here


Six Truths of Modern Leadership Development

This is a good overview of what it takes in modern leadership development. The six factors of modern leadership development are:

  1. Leadership development is democratizing.
  2. The essential job of today’s leader is to create a team-wide context of management empowerment.
  3. The focus of leadership today must be based on a model of “connect and collaborate”.
  4. Leaders today are evaluated based on their performance as leaders of “hero teams”.
  5. Leadership today is about dynamic mindset building.
  6. In the digital age, the leader’s core competency is innovation.

Get the full picture by viewing the video.

It is 4:04 minutes.

See the video here

Mel Ross - Modern Leadership Development Mentor

As passionate about the future as she is about the human condition, Mel Ross mentors, advises and works with leaders, entrepreneurs, boards and practitioners across the entire organizational change agenda to unlock potential and opportunity that technology can bring for the good of humanity, community and environment. She does this through modern mindset theory. Using her 10 years of experience working with thousands of leaders and transformation leaders all over the world develop modern leadership competency using the incredibly powerful tools and techniques of modern mindset theory.

Mel is passionate about mentoring women in business and tech. She is an AWE mentor supporting women with vulnerabilities enter the world of business by leveraging digital and uncovering their entrepreneurial strengths. In 2020, Mel was invited to work as a mentor by the United Nations as part of an initiative to grow the entrepreneurial women in business footprint across Europe and the Middle East. In addition, Mel has also worked with Melbourne Business School as a coach and mentor on their modern leadership program across Australia and the wider Asia Pacific area.

Read more about Dr. Marianna Kapsetaki below.

Our Modern Leadership Development article

Ask The Editor

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