Changing Concept of Career (Strategies to develop tri-sector leadership…
Changing Concept of Career
Strategies to develop tri-sector leadership skills
Middle: Developing through attending conferences where across sector mentors can be found, for exchanging experience and views. Conducting media training in order to establish connection with media. undertaking fellowships.
End: once towards the end of career, managers should be training the next generation of employers in developing tri-sector leadership by mentoring and engaging, as a part of the successful of the organisation.
Beginning: Developing fundamental employability skills by undertaking joint-degree programs/mentoring programs, which incorporate cross-sector aspects of leadership.
Tri Sectorial Leadership
A leader that bridges the 3 sectors (Government, Business and Non-profit
Balance competing motives of public v private value, idealism v pragmatism
Acquire transferable skills
Business: exploit market opportunities
Government: create regulatory environments
Non profit: long term outlook and sustainability for social good
Have contextual intelligence: assesses differences between sectors
Forge intellectual threads
Build integrated networks across sectors
Maintain a prepared mind
Evolution of the employer-employee compact
Stable, life-time and loyal employment
Easy to predict trajectories with low employee turnover
Hard to predict changeful trajectories
Requiring more adaptable and entrepreneurial employees due to the lack of job security and performance-driven culture and making employee retention very difficult
Employees think as "free agents" for their own destiny
Charlie Reeve's TED Talk
Fixed Mindset: the belief that personal qualities are fixed traits, and therefore cannot change.
Growth Mindset: the belief that personal qualities can change, and grow with time and experience.
'Reinventing your Personal Brand'
Illustrated tips to enhance and reinvent modern workers.
Examined the characteristics/rarity of tri-sector leaders/"athletes".
'Tours of Duty'
Examined the evolution of employer-employee relationships and contracts in the twentieth and twenty-first centuries.