Leading in Uncertainty
COVID. Brexit. Trump. The economy. The government. The climate. The future of work. The rise of the robot. The future of learning.
Our ability to control or predict has, arguably, never been less. What’s more, it only looks like it will decrease.
With uncertainty so present in our context, leaders of micro businesses through to multi-nationals need to evolve their relationship with uncertainty and explore new ways of interacting with it. To survive and thrive, we need to stop fighting it, understand our responses to it and learn how to be in it.