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The Demand For Managers and Leaders

See yourself as a future leader?

We can’t all be doctors but perhaps you want to contribute to medicine by being a manager in the field. Or maybe education appeals to you but you think that the only job to consider is that of a teacher. Think again, we need campus managers at the tertiary education level. If you believe in #FeesMustFall why not become a future leader in this space and change the system?

The Future of Leadership Roles

The world is changing rapidly, and with it, the nature of work and leadership. As technology advances and new industries emerge, the role of managers is evolving. The managers of the future will need to be adaptable, innovative, and skilled in managing a diverse and global workforce.

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One of the key trends that is driving the demand for new leadership roles is digital transformation. As companies embrace new technologies and ways of working, they require leaders who are capable of driving change and innovation. Roles such as Chief Digital Officer, Chief Innovation Officer, and Chief Technology Officer are becoming increasingly important in many organizations.

Another trend that is driving the demand for new leadership roles is sustainability. As companies become more aware of their impact on the environment and society, they require leaders who can guide them toward more sustainable practices. Roles such as Chief Sustainability Officer, Environmental Manager, and Corporate Social Responsibility Manager are becoming more prevalent.


LIST OF LEADERSHIP JOBS  GROWING IN DEMAND: SKILL GAPS

OFO Code

Occupation

1222011.      Advertising and Public Relations
1331012.      Chief Information Officer
1341013.      Child Care Centre Manager
1323014.      Construction Project Manager
1219015.      Corporate General Manager
1121016.      Director (Enterprise / Organisation)
1345047.      District Education Manager
1349018.      Environmental Manager
1345039.      Faculty Head
13450210.   FET College Principal
12110111.   Finance Manager
13450712.   Head of Department (Teacher)
12120613.   Health and Safety Manager
13310214.   ICT Project Manager
11120315.   Local Authority Manager
13240216.   Logistics Manager
13210117.   Manufacturer
13420118.   Medical Superintendent
13491519.   Operations Manager (Non-Manufacturing)
12120120.   Personnel / Human Resource Manager
13490621.   Practice Manager
12190522.   Programme or Project Manager
12190823.   Quality Systems Manager
13450524.   Rector (Educational)
13450625.   Registrar / Councillor (Educational)
12230126.   Research and Development
14210327.   Retail Manager (General)
12210128.   Sales and Marketing Manager
13450129.   School Principal
11120430.   Senior Government Official
13490331.   Small Business Manager
13240132.   Supply and Distribution Manager

Succeeding as a Future Leader

In addition to the trends discussed above, the rise of remote work and globalization is also changing the nature of leadership. As teams become more dispersed and diverse, managers need to be skilled in managing remote teams and navigating cultural differences. Roles such as Global Operations Manager, Virtual Team Manager, and Cross-Cultural Communication Manager are becoming more important in many organizations.

To succeed as managers of the future, leaders will need to possess a range of skills and attributes. These include:

  1. Adaptability: The ability to adapt to change and uncertainty is essential in today’s fast-paced and unpredictable business environment.
  2. Innovation: The ability to think creatively and develop new ideas is becoming increasingly important as companies seek to stay ahead of the curve.
  3. Emotional intelligence: The ability to understand and manage emotions in oneself and others is critical in building effective relationships and leading diverse teams.
  4. Cultural competence: The ability to work effectively with people from different cultural backgrounds is becoming more important as teams become more diverse and global.
  5. Technological proficiency: The ability to use and understand new technologies is essential in driving digital transformation and innovation.

In conclusion, the role of managers is evolving, and new leadership roles are emerging in response to changing trends and demands. The managers of the future will need to be adaptable, innovative, and skilled in managing diverse and global teams. By developing the necessary skills and attributes, managers can position themselves for success in the years ahead.

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Leonie Hall

Leonie Hall, disruptive thinker and dynamic strategist, is an expert in education, development, quality management and innovation. She has spoken at local and international conferences; and currently works as an independent consultant and content developer. Contact Leonie for a consultation.

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