Thursday, February 23, 2023


It’s important to keep learning and growing, reaching the next level of understanding of complex problems; developing the higher level of professional competency; and raise the next level of leadership influence.

Organizations all face fierce competitions and continuous disruptions; how successfully they can handle “VUCA” digital new normal depends on how fast and capable they can lead their business forward by reaching the next level of understanding, building the next level of professional competencies; and driving organizations upward to the next level of organizational maturity.

The higher the level at which people are engaged and stimulated to imagine, the more likely they get inspired to think innovatively and act boldly: Business environment becomes over-complex and interdependent; it is the responsibility of each individual to examine themselves and make sure they are open to true understanding. Top seasoned leaders or high professionals become aware when some of the long-acquired common beliefs or knowledge is no longer applicable in certain situations. They have to keep learning agile, unlearn, or relearn all the time.

To overcome stereotyping or unconscious bias, people need to shift their perception from a subjective to objective, making sound judgment about people and things via empathetic understanding, deep insight and accurate interpretation. Business leaders or professionals with multidimensional intelligence can keep the state of psychological balance with the right dose of ego, see things from different angles and understand the situation profoundly in order to craft better strategies and make effective decisions based on the often overloaded information with contrary qualities.

Organizational leaders and professionals need to keep building capabilities and reach the next level of integral competencies: Every professional has their own journey of growth either personally or professionally based on their own perception, talent, life experience, training, and refinement. If their professional capabilities are based on natural talent, there’s higher possibilities that they can become more intuitive on what they do and produce quality results consistently and effortlessly.

The problems facing humanity become more complex; it requires a higher level of understanding, capabilities, and step-wise actions. In fact, every level of professional capability has its own set of requirements for cognitive abilities, knowledge fluency, skill intuitiveness and expertise influence. Business becomes more dynamic, to drive change or solve problems promptly, a set of integral professional capabilities enables us to create something new out of something existing, reaching the new horizon out of an old vision and moving up to the next level of professional capability maturity.

Orchestrating a diversified global team with complementary expertise can initiate meaningful changes reach a higher level of innovativeness, autonomy and harmony: Organizational leaders and professionals apply interdisciplinary knowledge to understand global context, sustain diversified viewpoints into holistic perspectives, provide guidance, and make positive influences. A high level of consensus implies that an acceptable, transparent, and credible basis for evaluating, selecting, and resourcing initiatives exists or can be constructed to orchestrate the large scale of changes, and improve people-centricity.

Either individually or professionally, we need to keep learning, growing, innovating, to build the next level of professional competency. It’s always important to streamline information flow, build a team with a high level of autonomy; so people are able to participate and collaborate, with the ability to listen, discern, analyze & synthesize, articulate the multifaceted situations with accuracy, make a fair judgment, and improve collective problem-solving competency.

The information-abundant digital era implies fluid knowledge cycle and the next level of people-centricity. It’s important to keep learning and growing, reaching the next level of understanding of complex problems; developing the higher level of professional competency; and raise the next level of leadership influence.


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