Leading in Turbulent Times
Kevin Kelly and Gary E. Hayes
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Turbulent times are here to stay. The credit crunch is today’s current dramatic headline, but accelerating change and economic uncertainty are the hallmarks of 21st century business. The volatility of commodity prices for example, especially oil, and fluctuations in currencies are all part of a broader weather system affecting business everywhere. These powerful forces for change are the corporate equivalent of headwinds, something which must be faced and navigated by all leaders and those they lead. The leadership challenge of the next few years is learning to fly with turbulence.
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About the Authors
L. Kevin Kelly is Chief Executive Officer of Heidrick & Struggles (www.heidrick.com), the world’s leading search and advisory firm. One of a new generation of global CEOs, Kevin is a widely respected commentator on leadership in a changing business world. His book, CEO: The Low Down on the Top Job (Financial Times Prentice Hall, 2008), cemented his position as one of the most thoughtful observers of the inhabitants of the corporate corner office. The book was updated, expanded and published in North America as Top Jobs (Wharton, 2009). Before returning to his native America in 2008, Kevin spent a decade in Tokyo and three years in London. Named “Headhunter of the Year” in 2000 by Finance Intelligence Asia magazine and “one of Asia’s Top Recruiters” four years running by AsiaMoney magazine, Kevin has extensive first-hand experience of building senior leadership teams for the world’s most successful companies at board level across the Americas, Asia Pacific and Europe. He lives in Chicago.
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