What is an ‘AI-Enabled Leader’?

When we talk about AI-enabled leaders, we’re referring to individuals who are able to effectively leverage the power of artificial intelligence (AI) in order to drive their organizations forward. But what exactly does that mean?

First and foremost, an AI-enabled leader understands – or at least has a general comprehension of – the capabilities and limitations of AI. They know when and where to use AI to its fullest potential, and when to rely on human expertise instead. They’re able to navigate the complex legal and regulatory landscape surrounding AI, as well as communicate effectively with both technical experts and business stakeholders.

But being an AI-enabled leader isn’t just about understanding the technical aspects of AI. It’s also about being able to balance the benefits of AI with potential risks and unintended consequences. AI has the power to transform entire industries, but it also has the potential to disrupt people’s lives and livelihoods. An AI-enabled leader must be able to ensure that AI is implemented in a responsible and ethical manner, taking into account the impact it will have on people’s lives, as well as the inherent security implications.

At the same time, an AI-enabled leader must be able to drive their organization forward using AI. They’re able to identify new opportunities for growth and innovation, and they’re able to use AI to optimize existing processes and operations. They understand that AI is not a silver bullet, but rather a tool that can be used to drive strategic advantage when deployed effectively.

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~ Bella


Ms (Leigh) Bella St John’s career to date is that of achievement strategist, executive coach, professional speaker, and a leading authority on finding innovative solutions, ‘abundance thinking’, virtual communication, and remote leadership.