Empowering Young Leaders with Top 3 Technologies

ARTICLES | Jan 11, 2023
Empowering Young Leaders with Top 3 Technologies

Writer: Nuttawut Kulkaew

Editor: Wittaya Wonglor


The world needs transformative leaders, particularly from younger generations such as Gen Z and Alpha. People younger than 26 will account for 45% of the labor market by 2030. This population is expected to face unprecedented social, economic, and environmental challenges, which have accumulated since the Industrial Revolution.


62% of CEOs globally admit they lack practical leadership skills. 17% report feeling more confident when their staff have leadership skills. 55% agree that building the next generation of leaders is the biggest challenge in their careers. Building leadership skills, especially in systematic thinking and decision-making to handle complex challenges, has become an essential issue. The entire education sector must prepare students to meet organization needs for their future workforce.


To help prepare young people for coming changes, FutureTales Lab by MQDC has analyzed signals of change and chosen 3 technologies.


1. AI and Robotics

Robots and AI will play a massive role in designing and monitoring the learning development of individual learners. These technologies will enable the selection and design of a suitable learning approach for each student. Robo-advisors will also help collect and process data to provide alternative decision-making options. The outcome of each choice can be predicted as quantitative data without bias, which often affects leaders’ decisions through human emotions. AI has already been used in curricular learning, tailored health monitoring systems, and asset purchase agreements review. AI can develop learning and work in many ways.


2. Extended Reality

Extended reality technologies, such as VR, will become the next step in organizing activities such as simulation camps, e-learning, on-the-job training, and roleplaying. Through simulations, learners take on the role of a leader who must make decisions and perform actions based on real case studies. The decision-making outcomes of each event can be displayed from multi-level perspectives or the impact on each stakeholder. Gamification, such as giving points, rewards, and penalties, will create a learning atmosphere that attracts students who want to win and keep learning.


3. Human Memory Transfer

Learning perspectives, experiences, and visions from experienced leaders remain an essential way to learn. Memory transfer technology may become another possibility for job shadowing, mentoring programs, and interview studies through the interaction between learners and characters modeled on the model's personality. In the future, there may be various important memory inserts.

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Implications for the future:

- Leadership development technologies will be studied extensively in the military, executive training, and education sectors.

- Future societies will focus more on developing competency measurements when gender, age, and educational background can no longer imply leadership and work performance.

- Extracting the success elements of the leadership programs and learning approaches into practical activities that do not rely on technology, such as role-playing games, will help spread knowledge to young people who cannot access technology early and reduce inequality.

- The ethical issues of artificial intelligence and various technologies will be intensely discussed when young people use technology. Specific regulations may be issued.



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