Leadership

Infographic: What’s Driving Leaders to Work Differently?

Key factors are forcing progressive leaders to find new ways to work.

Senior business leaders are navigating an increasingly complex and competitive landscape. They know these times of change bring with them risks and rewards. Success will be determined by those who seize opportunities for growth while sidestepping pitfalls.

Leaders are reporting an increasing rate of change, mounting volatility, greater threats to business and a lack of support at the C-suite level. These are some of the key factors forcing progressive leaders to find new ways to work.

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The latest Steelcase research identifies how physical space can help leaders reshape their organization’s culture and performance overall. Steelcase has built a new leadership prototype around key design principles meant to foster an adaptive culture. To read more about the evolution of the leadership community, read 360 Magazine’s “The New Leader.


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