In the latest in a series of columns dedicated to mentoring, we look at learning with contextual intelligence. This issue: shaping leadership effectiveness and organisational performance LIS MERRICK Leaders can use mentoring to develop their adaptive capacity through contextual intelligence Is your organisation operating in a volatile, uncertain, complex and ambiguous (VUCA) world? One of the most important predictors of successful organisational performance in such a world is the ability to navigate through the chaos by developing the capacity to constantly adapt and learn. Organisations that encourage creative, continuous learning and flexible thinking survive and thrive. So how do you […]

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