Learning about Learning Agility
In times of change, leaders need to be more agile than ever. Adapting to new business strategies, working across cultures, dealing with temporary virtual teams, and taking on new assignments all demand that leaders be flexible and agile. But what does being “agile” mean? Are some leaders better at this than others and, if so, how did they get to be that way? Researchers at the Center for Creative Leadership (CCL®) and Teachers College, Columbia University investigated these questions resulting in some important conclusions for leaders who wish to thrive in today’s turbulent times.