People are the focal point for all successful organisations and skills are looking to be the new currency as we navigate into the new world of work. How do we understand skills at the same basic level that we would understand our emails? How can you understand the current state of your talent infrastructure and comprehend where we need to get to?
There is a market correction coming that will impact most Enablement leaders. This represents the most significant opportunity in this space for those that understand and can apply "Sales Enablement 3.0" (as coined and defined by Roderick Jeffersons' book of the same name).
What is now required is political acumen, managerial experience and personal gravitas, more than raw technology skills.
In spite of being widely used, the role of the Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) has only had a few decades of existence and is still evolving.
Transformational leaders, bosses, coaches, and teachers empower others to seek leadership opportunities, regardless of their role or title. While some people are innately drawn to leadership positions, many aren’t born great leaders and need to develop skills through opportunity and experience. Identifying potential — and nurturing future leaders along their journey — is modern succession planning at its core.
Look at it in all its dimensions before jumping to ready-made solutions
You don’t have to go far to find cyber security professionals complaining about skills shortages, but the problem has several dimensions which have to be understood and mapped out before we can start to figure out possible solutions.
Dynamic ways of working will be a prerequisite for success. Here’s why:
Agility isn’t a buzzword—it’s the guiding light in this new world of work. Leaders can’t go far without reading about agile transformations or hearing colleagues tout the benefits of more dynamic ways of working.
By Mike Bollinger, Global Vice President, Strategic Initiatives at Cornerstone