“New Normal” and the Outlook of Inclusive and Dynamic Future. Your views?

There are a dozen views about everything until you know the answer. Then there’s never more than one.
C.S. Lewis,

Many have talked about “the new normal,” but what does that practically mean for leaders who are looking to make the future more inclusive and dynamic?

I’m excited to invite you to explore this question and share your feelings.

My opinion:

As we move further into a volatile and unpredictable future, leaders need to be able see the full spectrum of possibility and seek out the information needed to make decisions. But outdated ways of thinking are obstacles to leaders developing these skills. We can’t afford to slow progress any longer as we hurl toward the urgent future.

Outdated and rigid categorical thinking has limited our collective potential to see the spectrum of possibilities in front of us. Command-and-control leadership models have privileged certainty and hierarchy, but that kind of thinking becomes more dangerous the more uncertain our future becomes. Leaders should instead be seeking clarity and elucidating the full spectrum of possibility. This is the mindset i am telling the leaders to develop.

Again, I’m excited to invite you to explore this question and share your views on comment column below.

Published by Aquinius Mung'atia

Aquinius Mung’atia is the Head of Projects at Aga Khan Hospital, Mombasa, and was previously the General Manager of Muthaiga Golf Club and Sigona Golf Clubs, respectively. He is an expert in Strategic Management with over 20 years of experience in both hospitality and healthcare Industry. My Career path boast of extensive training and consultancy experience in Hospitality Industry, Hospital Support Services and Operations, Healthcare Projects and Facility Management, among others. The author is currently a PhD student in Business Administration and holder of MBA in strategic Management (University of Nairobi) and a 1st class honors degree in Hotel and Institution Management (Maseno University) Aquinius is also a healthcare insight and a data analytic enthusiast. Follow him on https://www.linkedin.com/in/aquinius-mungatia or Facebook Page https://www.facebook.com/significantinsights/

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