Phillip Campbell discusses – What is Exponential Leadership
Updated: May 30
Today’s executives must be able to rapidly flex their brain muscle in a world of flux. It’s virtually impossible for leaders to get the same quick and efficient thinking they had in the past. Leaders don’t just need to keep up with the rapidly changing business environment; they need to get ahead of it. Only then can leaders and their organizations take full advantage of future opportunities, and effectively mitigate the risks.
Therefore, Exponential Leadership requires 7 Strategies for Success to our unprecedented times –
Decisive: increase their speed and quality of thinking. Decisive leaders are 12 times more likely to be high-performing CEOs.
Effective: Leaders with high Fluid Thinking Scores have a closer connection between neurons. That means they can reach better conclusions faster.
Efficient: With closer neuron connections, the brain automatically organizes itself to use less brain power, so a leader can move on to the next task more quickly and save time.
Agile: Unlocking a leaders Fluid Thinking abilities lets a leader learn how to pivot easily and quickly in these turbulent times; a skill that CEOs rank as crucial for key executives
Strategic: Relying on business acumen and past experience is no longer enough and your brain last received an upgrade 10,000 years ago. So, it’s now time to upgrade the executives brain and improve its ability to process and organize complex facts, think outside of the box, and provide a better strategic path forward for the organization and team.
Delegate: Communicating a strategic path forward and delegating more effectively so your team can execute faster, without micromanaging and rework is a skill which can be learnt.
Quick Thinking: When the brain is organized, efficient and nimble, the a leader will readily connect thoughts and observations, not after a meeting or decision has concluded.