Skills for 21st Century Leadership
What are the must have leadership skills for the 21st century? Good leaders historically have good communication skills, the ability to work as part of a team, flexibility, and comfortable with change. We live in a rapidly changing world: an age where there are no jobs for life, skill requirements are continuously evolving, pure academic skills are not enough, a global workforce and flatter organizations.
Can we rely on the leadership skills that have worked in the past? Our world is different, the stakes are high and the challenges and issues we face are changing at a rapid speed. What qualities do we need in 21st century leaders? This presentation looks at some of the most recent studies and discussions surrounding this subject. As a result, this presentation will examine the Top Ten Must Have Leadership Skills for the 21st century.
Deborah Jones is President of Renaissance Consulting Group, a company that specializes in employee training, focusing in sales, leadership and customer service skills. She is currently working for the State of Georgia as a Contract Trainer with Project Quick Start.
Deborah worked for BellSouth/AT&T for over 30 years as a manager in Sales, Marketing and Training. She is an Associate Trainer with the Center for Teacher Effectiveness and also a Certified Tutor with WyzAnt. Deborah has been involved with the United Way, Relay for Life and, most recently served as a Community Speaker for the Emory University School of Bariatric Medicine. She also is on the Board of Directors for Georgia Cancer Support as the Training/Fundraising Coordinator.
Deborah lives in Macon with her 2 canine companions, a Westie named Lucy and a Scottie named Ricky (Yes, she is a devoted fan of I Love Lucy).
Central Georgia Technical College
3300 Macon Tech Dr.
Building – I, 2nd Floor, Quad A Training Room
Macon, GA 31206
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