Future Leadership Skills
Thank you for agreeing to take part in this research which is designed to look at leadership skills needed for the future. There is no single, exemplary answer to the question: what competencies a modern business leader should have. However, attention should be paid to the fact that managers are constantly faced with new tasks related to meeting expectations in the conditions of constant changes. A strong leadership base is therefore the basic condition for the development of the company. An effective response to the challenges of modern enterprises requires greater interpersonal skills, gathering committed people and a transparent value system. In such conditions, the demand for finding more accurate predictors of professional success and life achievements other than traditional skills also increases. Based on these assumptions, some researchers have indicated that a new set of skills will be required by business leaders (Bernstein, 2014).
The questionnaire should take less than 15 minutes of your time. Should you have any questions while taking the survey, please do not hesitate to contact Agnes Lech directly.
This study has been approved by the LSBF Institutional Review Board.
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Risks - Although the risks of taking part in this research are minimal, in rare cases, you might experience altered self-concept or boredom, or receive information about yourself that is unpleasant.
Benefits - Leaders can request either their individual score or summary of the results - more information provided at the end of this survey.
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