APQC research shows that a certain leadership style may be more effective at minimizing skills gaps. Organizations embodying a less traditional and more contemporary leadership style, a group we call “dynamic leadership organizations,” are experiencing smaller skills gaps and are less concerned about a leadership skills deficit compared to organizations using a traditional leadership style. These dynamic leadership organizations have a mix of both traditional and non-traditional leadership practices.
Rather than shunning all things traditional, they’ve found a balance between the two areas, which may be a major reason why these dynamic organizations see less of a leadership skills gap and are less concerned about leadership skills deficits today and in the future. Check out the free infographic below to find out more on the differences between traditional and dynamic leadership organizations or download the infographic here.