Brianna White

Staff member
Mar 25, 2020
The very nature of labor will alter due to AI and automation. CEOs mustn’t overlook this AI- and data-driven change, or “intelligence revolution,” as we like to refer to it, or permit other executives to do so. The primary concerns for business leaders of today and tomorrow include figuring out how to use AI, dealing with people-related difficulties, avoiding the ethical hazards of AI, making sure you have the correct technology in place, and others.
What kind of abilities are we referring to? The ten leadership abilities listed below must be developed for success in the intelligence revolution:
1. Agility
The rate of change is astounding, especially with AI. Therefore, leaders must be able to welcome and accept change (including new technologies). And, most significantly, they must perceive change not as a burden but as an opportunity for personal and organizational innovation and growth.
2. Emotional Intelligence
Softer qualities like emotional intelligence and empathy will be more important for human workers as the workplace becomes more automated. And it makes sense that leaders should act in this way if we want the workplaces of the future to value these human skills.
3. Cultural Sensitivity
Future workplaces will be considerably more diverse, international, and dispersed than those of the present. Effective leaders will be able to respect and get along with people from various walks of life, even when they have different worldviews. They will also be able to recognize and capitalize on the differences that people bring to the table.
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