We are ending 2019 with extreme weather events and natural catastrophes, unresolved trade tensions, economic vulnerabilities and social instability in many parts of the globe. The world’s ability to fight these major risks - which threaten both organisations and societies - shows that there is something in the prevailing model of leadership that is failing.

More than ever, there is an urgent need to renew our understanding of what leadership means, why it matters and more importantly, what matters in leadership.

In this thought piece, Stephen Johnson, Senior Client Partner at Korn Ferry, inspires us with examples of great leadership and sets out a framework to develop leaders capable of responding to today’s challenges. The article also proposes 10 principles for developing leaders that can disrupt themselves to lead their organisations towards a brighter future.

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Stephen Johnston is a Senior Client Partner for Korn Ferry Advisory, Australia. He possesses extensive experience in succession planning, leadership assessment and development, and executive coaching. He joined Korn Ferry in early 2006, after holding a number of senior management positions in the media/entertainment and FMCG sectors. His most recent position was CEO for Video Ezy Australasia, prior to which he spent seven years with 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment initially as retail sales director, then managing director.

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