We have seen leadership evolve fervently yet one commonality that has existed till today is the viewing of a leader as a “hero”. Does this assumption hold true in the 4th industrial revolution to come? The age of the result-oriented approach is slowly but surely coming to an end, and brings with it a much needed revolution for the digital age- the era of the people-oriented approach has begun. Paul Kunnil is not an expert on leadership. He’s not even an expert on the 4th Industrial Revolution for that matter. Paul is an ambitious student, a captivating storyteller and most importantly, part of the millennial generation that simply can’t stop asking “Y not?”
Having studied and worked in teams around the globe, he’s become quite curious about a hotly debated topic that stands to be a pillar of not just the world of business, but a concept that defines the very fabric of society: Leadership.
He’s questioned what leadership once was and what the concept of leadership has evolved to become. Still, his curiosity remains unquenched when wondering how different the leadership of tomorrow needs to be to suit the digital age that lies ahead. Assimilating all his inquisitiveness on leadership, he’s got a question for you to answer:
Would Julius Caesar be as successful a leader today like he was 2000 years ago? Why or Y NOT?” This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at https://www.ted.com/tedx