Resilience is an individual competency and leaders who are resilient have some unique traits. They see failures only as temporary setbacks from which they can recover quickly. During periods of turbulence they maintain a positive attitude and a positive outlook with a strong sense of opportunity.
In the world of X to 10X and the rush to become 100X much faster, it is easy to lose sight of what’s most important-- the blitz scale or sustainability for the long-term. A business becomes sustainable with nurturing and thriving competent managers.
The COVID-19 Pandemic has unleashed devastation on communities and on economies around the world in the past year. The death toll has exceeded 4 million across the globe and the economic losses due to the pandemic have topped 4 trillion US dollars.The recovery of economies around the world to Pre COVID-19 levels is predicted to take at least 2 years.
According to a 2020 survey conducted globally by ICF (International coaching federation) it is estimated that there were approximately 71,000 coach practitioners in 2019, an increase of 33% on the 2015 estimate. This definitely emphasizes that there is a growing need of more coaches than ever before.
Many organizations do a decent nurturing of middle managers but meaningful development stops well below the apex. It is important not just to identify high performers but to recognize and retain them with the help of development processes.