Leaders matter greatly. But in searching so zealously for better leaders, we tend to lose sight of the people these leaders will lead. Without his armies, after all, Napoleon was just a man with grandiose ambition. As a professor to leaders, I’m seeing firsthand the shift in leadership theory. As a consequence, the way we practice leadership also needs to change. But most leaders want to continue to lead by looking to the past rather than the future.
The article presents four leadership lessons every leader needs to know for the future, which I share with my clients in my executive leadership courses. Read the full article on Forbes.com.