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Preparing leadership for the inevitable: The future is now

Leaders of the future require a combination of skills to be successful

Felicia Lyon

Felicia Lyon

Principal, Human Capital Advisory, KPMG US

+1 858-750-7100

Melanie Wendt

Melanie Wendt

Director Advisory, Human Capital Advisory, KPMG US

+1 813-223-1466

Recent disruptions, fierce competition for talent, employee generational shifts, and a work-anywhere world have emerged, bringing the future of work into the present. These challenges and their accompanying complexities are creating a sense of urgency for executives to remain laser focused and deliver value to the business, today.

To excel in this new, ever-changing workplace, organizations need to uncover and prepare a new type of leader; one that can implement a modern talent strategy that embraces these challenges while enabling the right capabilities for success.

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Preparing leadership for the inevitable: The future is now
Read our newest white paper, which delves into the capabilities that position leaders to embrace the new world of work and drive organizational success.
The future is always coming. In fact, it’s here and the modern leader needs a combination of skills to address it. By investing in the right capabilities, you can prepare them for success.
-Felicia Lyon, Principal, Human Capital Advisory