Leadership is changing, what do you need to know so that you can lead effectively in 2024 and beyond?

Each year I work with, advise, and interview hundreds of business leaders around the world to understand what they are paying attention to and why.

I then look for the common patterns to connect the dots and put together what I think are the most crucial leadership trends. Learn what the top 8 leadership trends for 2024 are as well as what you should be doing about each one.

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Learn What The Top 8 Leadership Trends Are
Get The Action Items You Need To Prepare For Each One

  1. Leading With Vulnerability
  2. Work Ethic
  3. Employee Experience
  4. Skills not Jobs
  5. Hybrid Work
  6. AI & Technology
  7. Political, Economic, and Geopolitical Issues
  8. Envisioning (Thinking like a Futurist)

Hi. I’m Jacob Morgan

The international best-selling author of 5 books including my most recent one, Leading With Vulnerability. I’m also a professionally trained futurist, speaker, and host of the Great Leadership Podcast.

I’ve worked with, advised, and interviewed over 2,000 leaders around the world, most of them CEOs at the world’s top companies. My work has been endorsed by the CEOs of companies like Unilever, Mastercard, Best Buy, Nestle, Schneider Electric, The Ritz Carlton, Audi, and thinkers like Adam Grant, Seth Godin, Amy Edmondson, and Marshall Goldsmith.

When I’m not traveling for a speech or working I’m hanging out in LA with my wife, our 2 kids, and our two Yorkie rescue dogs!

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Francine Katsoudas

Chief People Officer - Cisco

"As a leader focused on the employee experience, leadership, and workforce trends, Jacob's perspectives into the trends of the future workforce are insightful and spot on!"

Nolan Bushnell

Founder - Atari & Chuck E. Cheese's

"When it comes to the future of work, Jacob is both extremely passionate and knowledgeable about the subject. He also has an interesting spin on the kinds of things that can be done to engage and stimulate creative thought in the workplace."

Beth Comstock

Former Vice Chair and CMO, GE

"Tomorrow always comes. The best leaders make room to imagine it, fund it and fight for it. Jacob Morgan shares important lessons to guide every leader toward the future."