The genius of leadership is its humanness. This book has discussed heavily on the human side of leadership such as people involvement, leadership, ethics, honesty, integrity, trust, diversity, and ego. If we don't recognize the importance of human engagement, human communication, and human development, we will not have a business.Humanity is in a period of great upheaval. For people and organizations attempting to thrive in this tumultuous time, old mindsets and approaches no longer work. To create a better future where everyone can flourish, leaders and organizations need to find ways to engage and encourage emotions more fully.Leading and humanity work in partnership. It takes the best parts of us, our diverse backgrounds, our distinct gifts, and it emerges them together to complement each other.To be successful, all organizations will need not only different leaders, but also a whole new style of leadership. Instead of charismatic risk-taking heroes, we should demand our leaders be more real—more humble in the face of uncertainty, more open about challenges (as well as opportunities), and more committed to a clear set of core values that govern how they choose to help us navigate this new uncertain normal.