Leading in a Crisis Virtual Summit Exclusive Offer of the Day: Free HR Analysis Report and Debrief
In this talk, we will explore the way leadership continues to evolve. With the opportunity to get back to work, we are being asked to step up in new ways, take on more responsibility, contribute differently, and look for ways to empower ourselves — essentially to become self leaders.
In 2010, researchers Parker and Collins maintained that self-leadership defined as proactivity is gaining importance because of increased competitive pressures and the demand for innovation in the business world.
The researchers further claim that proactive self leaders perform their core tasks better. They go on to state that because careers are increasingly without boundaries and not confined to one organization, individuals will continually add value to their organizations as they take charge of their careers.