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Being “risk averse” is often the number-one reason companies fail to innovate. But, as you’ll see in this video clip, innovating the right way can be a lot less risky than doing things the way you’ve always done them.
The best coaches hold themselves accountable for not just the leadership development of their coachees, but for actually helping them solve their business problems.
Leaders need to understand the importance of experimenting to learn and encouraging experimentation if they want their organizations to be able to innovate on demand. And being free to “fail” is an important part of establishing an innovation-capable organization.
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Effective leaders are more skillful at receiving and capitalizing on feedback than others. So, what’s their secret?
Linkage’s Women in Leadership Institute™ may be over for this year, but the real work of advancing women leaders is just beginning.
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This year’s Global Institute for Leadership Development™ has just concluded and many attendees are still buzzing about the experience.
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