Highly capable people
In the latest Management Magazine there's an interview with Daniel Di Filippo, PricewaterhouseCooper's "global leader of performance improvement", on the results of a survey of 1410 CEOs from around the world.
The survey looked at the increase of complexity in the role of a CEO, and what those CEOs believe can help them deal with that complexity.
Number one in the toolbox of capabilities to deal with complexity: having highly capable people. However, while they recognise that's what they need, good people are apparently hard to find.
It was kind of encouraging to me, particularly around this blog. There's a great need for individuals to be working at their full potential, whether they are entrepreneurs, visionary leaders or at any level of an organisation.