Change with Impact

Leadership agility

A fast-paced world calls for agile leadership

Dynamic and complex organisations need leaders who can interpret current developments, make the right decisions and define the way forward.

Leadership agility

We live in a complex and fast-changing world. New market trends, more advanced technologies and turbulent economic tides make effective leadership more important than ever before.

The notion of “leadership agility” was first coined by Bill Joiner and Stephen Josephs, experts in leadership and organisational change. The concept describes the critical leadership competencies that leaders need to match the increasing level of change and complexity in their business environment.

Implement offers assessment, training and coaching in agile leadership. Get in touch if you wish to learn more about this approach or how to take your leadership skills to the next level.

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The Capital Region of Denmark
Developing leadership in health care
Better service, higher quality of patient care at lower costs and with balanced budgets. It sounds too good to be true, but that is actually what the Capital Region of Denmark achieved through one of the most extensive leadership development programmes ever conducted in Scandinavia.
How a new and powerful project organisation transformed the company
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