Issue 123 - 04 | A Consistent Personal Narrative is the Key to Leading in the Social Age

By Frank Guglielmo & Sudhanshu Palsule
Published Nov. 12, 2014 12:00 p.m.
“In the new world of deep interconnectivity, what we call the Social Age, leaders are confronted with challenges that constantly test ‘who they are’ while making each of these tests public with everyone able to comment. … Social Age leadership challenges … five areas of ‘who we are’ as leaders that most impact our leadership narrative. … There is no one right way to lead in these five areas. Rather, they are aspects of who you are as a person. Thriving as a leader in the Social Age means taking a good look at your self and understanding how you are most productive in each of these five areas.”

About Frank Guglielmo & Sudhanshu Palsule | Frank Guglielmo is managing director of Park Consulting, specializing in executive development and organizational change. He has held senior positions in a range of Fortune 500 companies. He holds both and MS and PhD in organizational psychology, and is a member of the American Psychological Association, and the Metropolitan New York Association for Applied Psychology.
Sudhanshu Palsule is an educator, CEO Advisor, and leadership coach, regarded as one of the leading thinkers in the field of transformative leadership. He teaches at Duke Corporate Education and is an associate professor in the Advanced Management Program at INSEAD. Palsule has written several books spanning many areas, including science, technology, social change, leadership, management, and personal growth.

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