Apr 23, 2018
Leading from the front may be a great strategy AND YET like most approaches, it is not ALL great!
Leaders who seek to anticipate and get ahead of problems need a unique perspective. This approach requires a healthy curiosity and a response mindset; sounds GREAT. Well there is a down side too - these leaders can become too sure of themselves and overly confident. This may produce hubris.
This week's Quick Tip: How are you seeing around corners while still remaining fully grounded in your principles and strengths.
Next week's SQT (Spring Quick Tip); the Hint: now that you are working to see around corners, how do you act on what you see. Is it the lazy or effortful response?
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