Plenty of people voted for Donald Trump based on the fact that he was a businessman and not a career politician. But are corporate skills transferable to our nation’s highest office?
Carol Jenkins, PhD, chief analytics officer for OutMatch, a Dallas-based HR tech company, says her company’s data can provide an answer. She says, “While there is not a cookie-cutter profile for all leaders,” OutMatch has assessed more than 40,000 executives using predictive leadership assessments and simulations and boiled it down to seven core competencies that lead to success.
Jenkins says each of these allow leaders to set the tone for the culture of the business, define and communicate their vision, drive results in a way that inspires others, and do so with the partnership of the rest of the organization.
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