Synchronic leadership, according to Nir Golan, educational and leadership expert, is coincidence in time; contemporaneousness; simultaneousness.
Synchronic leadership is the arrangement or treatment of synchronous leadership to events in conjunction, as in a history.
The synchronous leader isn't only a leader of a country, he is a global leader: he leads a global process from end to end (E2E), regardless a specific location: he is integrator, innovator and professional trusted advisor.
He leads a global team: global development team unit GDTU. The GDTU is a global professional team built up from experts all around who work as a global team.
Synchronous leadership consists of dynamic combination of mindset, behaviors, and skills that are employed to change and enhance the world through the use of technology.
Synchronous leader must have the next essential skill sets:
Technological proficiency: expert in all the digital nets and tools
Collaboration: the ability to work as a part of a team, required to have a broad view of the project, have holistic consideration and collaborate more with each other in order to achieve this goal.
Communication: massage transfer and transformation
Global awareness: a whole world vision
Problem solving: analyzing and perfectionism
Creativity: thinking out of the box
Critical thinking: evaluation skills
This skills and processes should be at the time heart of every decision a synchronous leader makes and are keys to leading people with the tools to success in their life.
Synchronous leadership should be consistent innovation, effective and integration of technology, meaningful professional development, global connecting and open mind.
Synchronous Leaders will no longer be led by the matrix but rather manage it. They should find a way to impact regardless of technical mastery and organizational structure.
The Synchronous Leaders will be very much empowered by world and should take an active part in the global development team – from decision making to execution, having a broad understanding of overall considerations.
As Synchronous Leaders, they should cascade transformation messages and way of thinking to their people, inspiring them to dare, share and own.
Professionalism – Synchronous Leaders professionalism is taking a broader aspect. They should move from being a diplomatic expert to becoming a professional world developer, familiar with best practices, digital tools and methodologies. They should lead from this aspect inspiring their people to become professional, equipping them with the knowledge and tools they require.