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Leadership Agility: Wrap Up!

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Event Recap

First of all, Dale Carnegie Malaysia would like to thank all the participants who attended our Leadership Agility: The New Competitive event @ TPC, Kuala Lumpur, yesterday.  We hope you've gained some values from the interactive session you had with Carnegie Master, Mr. Paul Siregar.

Some of the key takeaways that worth mentioning are:

1. Building Blocks of Agility

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2. Three Ts


A clear understanding of what the AI is doing.

Trust in my organization's leadership.


Confidence in your own skills to adapt to changes resulting from AI.


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Leadership Agility:

The New Competitive Divide

Few Organizations Have Made the Transformation

Preparing People for Success in the Era of AI

Today organizations need to gather and act on information, make decisions quickly and implement them to meet the rapidly-evolving requirements of customers and the business environment. Many people call the ability to do so successfully “agility” and it is becoming increasingly important in this era of digital transformation and advances in Artificial Intelligence (AI).

This executive event presents Dale Carnegies’ latest research examining organizational competencies that support agility, which we discuss specifically in the context of the massive changes that are anticipated from the implementation of AI. We provide a framework for leaders, addressing important considerations for those who want to approach building agility within their organization in a focused, deliberate way.

Having a culture that seeks out new information and embraces continuous change in a collaborative way to drive innovation promises to be the new competitive advantage. According to a recent Forbes Insights survey of more than 1,000 C-level executives, 81% of executives consider agility to be the most important characteristic of a successful organization.

Understanding what it takes to build agility, as well as employees’ current attitudes toward and expectations of AI, can provide important insights for business leaders undertaking their own agility transformations and a clear focus for their agility-enhancing efforts.

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