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Here are a few leadership trends that will be discussed by all managers in 2023. We work with thousands of individuals each year, and we get to see the inner workings of hundreds of development and learning departments all around the world.



Despite the importance of empathy, many managers still need help developing their skills in this area. Identifying and understanding your team members’ points of view is very important for any leader. It’s also very important to be able to listen to others.

Because of how busy work can get, people tend to get too focused and need to remember that there are other issues they can face. Having a modern-day leader who can identify with their team members’ concerns is very important for any organization.


Servant Leadership

Since this concept of servant leadership has been around for a long time, I decided to include it in these leadership trends. During her reign, the Queen was known for her sense of duty. She was able to make a difference in the lives of others by being able to provide a level of service that was both personal and professional.

Her reign was marked by the kind of leadership she could deliver. Managers can use this type of leadership to make a difference within their teams. It’s important to be there for your team members and provide them with the necessary support.


Unconscious Bias

Leaders often have personal experiences that shape their beliefs and values. These experiences can also affect how they view the world around them.

Some examples include:

  • Giving someone more attention because of your common interests
  • Disliking someone based on their opinions and beliefs
  • Liking someone who has experienced everything you have

Unconscious bias is a type of discrimination that occurs when people make decisions based on their own biases. This discrimination can land them in hot water if they’re a leader.


Hybrid Leadership

COVID has forced many leaders out of their roles. One of the first issues managers faced was how to lead their team while their employees were working from home.

The rise of hybrid and split-model work arrangements has forced many managers to face the issue of how to lead their teams while also managing their employees’ performance. They must be able to deal with their team members’ various working arrangements.