Sunday, 10 May 2015

The real work real leaders do

This Sunday's sparkenation.

This is a very insightful article by Tomorrow Today's Keith Coats. He says:

The ‘real work’ is to step back, to pause, to stop, to ask, to reflect, to review, to take some time. The real work is the exact work that most leaders will tell you they are too busy to do. The real work is to rethink, to challenge assumptions and to experiment, inherent in which is the risk of failure. The real work involves the willingness to disrupt one’s own viewpoint in order to find another way to see things.

I love too Keith's idea of having 'curiosity conversations'.

How well are you doing this work?

Be remarkable.
Ian

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