Futurist Jacob Morgan interviewed more than 240 CEOs and surveyed nearly 14,000 employees to identify important trends and challenges that businesses will face in 2030. His “Nine Notable” mind-sets explain the attitudes he says leaders should adopt. Morgan offers a vision of corporate servant-leaders who find motivation in long-term visions and humane ideals. But he also worries that many leaders aren’t committed to meaningful change. His description of how forward-looking leaders act can also guide job seekers in finding a great boss in a purpose-driven organization.
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Speaker and consultant Jacob Morgan is the author of The Future of Work, The Employee Experience Advantage and The Collaborative Organization. He founded FutureofWorkUniversity.com.
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