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8 Paradoxes of Leadership Agility: How to Lead and Inspire in Real World

by Chuen Chuen Yeo

ASIN: B085VJD1SL

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Our world is changing and unpredictable. To navigate successfully, leaders often find that being good is probably only going to get them so far. In order to advance to the next level, leaders need to be great. Even better, leaders need to have the agility to thrive in the next decade. In short, leaders
need to re-examine the traits required to be great leaders.

The question remains, how do leaders become agile? It is no longer enough to adhere to old models
of good leadership. We need to upgrade and disrupt the definition of leadership in the 21st century.
With the arrival of Industry 4.0, leadership needs an upgrade as well. The complexity of today’s world
demands that we challenge ourselves and test our relevance often. We need to recognize the
challenges almost instantaneously and act decisively, especially when our environment is volatile,
uncertain, complex, and ambiguous.

This book aims to address the gap between theory and practice through real stories of real leaders
distilled into the eight paradoxes. These eight paradoxes often appear across cultures, contexts, and
seniority. They exist in various industries, job roles and functions as well.
Using a 4R coaching model which Chuen Chuen has developed and refined over the years, she has
found it to be highly effective in cultivating the leadership qualities necessary for leaders to navigate
the new challenges better, and to thrive.

The 4R coaching model is a proven, effective way for leaders to see their world more clearly, more simply, and with that, gain clarity on what to implement and why it has to be done. Most important of all, it gives them the resolve and confidence that they can overcome the challenges with
peace of mind. The model also provides an avenue for leaders to integrate what they have learned
at a theoretical level and integrate it practically in their lives.

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