Building capability and capacity for crisis leadership: spiraling up technology partnerships

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Abstract

In the reality of the modern world, fundamental principles of successful leadership have not changed;
what has changed is the myriad of diverse demands on our modern leaders. Leadership in time of crisis
is an extant example. History shows us crises have occurred across the globe for centuries and society
has turned to its leaders to protect, resolve and rebuild their communities following crises of varying
magnitudes and context. In today’s highly advanced technological environment, there are opportunities
to develop and support our leaders to optimise successful crisis management outcomes. Technology
utilised in education-based activities and technology-driven tools to capture and analyse events and
data are two key technology-centred attributes that have the capability and capacity to prepare leaders
for crisis leadership circumstances. How are agencies utilising such assets and what are the potential
outcomes? This article discusses the opportunities of partnering with technology to build depth and
breadth into organisational leadership development with a future-focused lens on preparedness.
Original languageEnglish
Article number1
Pages (from-to)70-78
Number of pages9
JournalHome Team Journal
Volume13
Publication statusPublished - 01 Feb 2024

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