In the introductory Guide to Evolutionary Development, you learned that the need for leadership development is only deepening and broadening, setting the stage for a leader who thrives on and even encourages change and disruption. Yet, 71 percent of organizations do not feel that their leaders are prepared to lead their businesses into the future.
In its fullest form, Evolutionary Development focuses on how people think and feel, how they act, and how the entire organization operates. But leaders can also execute at any of these three levels, positioning themselves at the edge of that comfort zone where people are willing to travel to see what stands beyond.
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