Tuesday, September 20, 2022


It is important to understand what makes leaders effective with a global context, sharing a vision to bridge today and tomorrow, having abilities to set principles and examples, and walk the talk all the time.

We live in such a diverse world with high velocity, unpredictability, exponential growth of information, and fierce competitions. The dawn of the digital era is partly responsible for many of the prevailing global problems due to increasing pace of change and continuous disruptions. It’s leadership vision and direction, as well as a global ecosystem of stakeholders that is going to determine whether or not your organization can thrive. 

Leadership development is a strategic imperative, self discovery, personalized growth and training are all crucial to explore leadership potential and advance human society.

Leaders can use business architecture as an effective tool to abstract their major concerns and set the right balance: As more people are born into an information-abundant, technology-centered modern world, leadership is complex and situational and there are numerous variables that need to be weighed in assessing leadership maturity. Business architecture becomes a lens through which organizational leaders understand multifaceted business relationships, convey not only about the future of architecture, but also about the future of business. It opens business leaders’ mindset to reinvent the organizations by optimizing business management, being able to shape any options to lead business transformation structurally.

Leadership is one’s ability to paint a vivid picture, a vision of a future state of the business, and motivate others to achieve it. Analogically, business architecture is like a GPS- an advanced tool with features such as navigation, modernization, rationalization, integration, automation, innovation, or optimization, with a mechanism to grasp growth opportunities and manage risks. Insightful leaders use business architecture as an effective tool to convey leadership vision; initiate strategic planning, facilitate communications for orchestrating business transformation systematically.

It’s important to ponder how to lead in the broader global scope, build global leadership profiles and reputation with global leadership context:
As the global balance of economic, culture, political, education, etc, power is shifting in a multipolar world, being a global leader involves a personal intention to focus on leading changes at the global scope. Global leaders not only need insight into the capabilities and expertise inherent in the talent they have now, but they also need the foresight to seek out the potential and capabilities they’ll require for the future development.

As a global leader, you should share your profound viewpoint about global leadership, value perspective, gain culture empathy, convey your leadership philosophy and vision constantly. It’s important to share the well-blended insight and foresight from a global lens, develop expertise, discover the unimaginable uniqueness of people, look at all aspects of their individual traits, professional work ethic, influence, creativity, global experience, integral capability, performance & achievements, as well as other hidden potentials. It is nice to have the right dose of charisma, unique style & practice if it can enhance your leadership effectiveness, complement your leadership substance.

Insightful leaders are good at sharing vision, clarifying cause-effect, solving problems logically:
Leadership is about change, direction, problem-solving. Leadership insight is an understanding of cause and effect based on the identification of mindsets, relationships and behaviors within a model, context, or scenario of problem-solving, especially at a strategic level. A forethoughtful leader must believe in his/her vision, feel the passion for the thing which needs to be done, listen to invaluable feedback, know the ways to get it, and they must walk the talk, think logically, and act step-wisely.

Inferential leadership logic helps to clarify vision and streamline actions. If there is a lack of strong leadership logic - the policy is not set right, the roles are not defined, the processes are not aligned, an inter-relational system is not in place, people don't understand the purpose of their roles, it will be very hard to run the business effectively and achieve expected business outcome. Highly effective leaders take a logical approach to transform a crowd into a workable collective, and then to the fountain of human potential. They can think multidimensionally, communicate empathetically, and present the ability to deal with complexity via sequence-consequence clarification with transparency in stressful digital dynamics.

Leaders must actively interact at all levels to influence, develop, adjust the strategy to lead company growth and renew successes. It is imperative that leadership can be understood, articulated, explored from different dimensions for it to be of any value interdisciplinarily. It is important to understand what makes leaders effective with a global context, sharing a vision to bridge today and tomorrow, having abilities to set principles and examples, and walk the talk all the time to achieve high performance with consistency.


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