- 12 January 2017
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CEOs, boards, and leadership teams need to incorporate transformation as a way of working and change their leadership style accordingly says Jim Hemerling, a senior partner at BCG. This is just some of the advice in a new E-Book [Transformation: Delivering and Sustaining Breakthrough Performance], from BCG, which argues that future leadership must not just be directive and inclusive, also needs to demonstrate more of an appetite for risk. “This means shifting from treating people as a means to an end -- or, worse, as collateral damage -- and instead putting people first,” it argues. According to the authors, the behaviors leaders need include listening, empathising, inspiring, empowering teams, and building long-term capabilities to sustain change over time.