Who were you learning from this week? If you don’t know the answer to that question, you missed a big opportunity.
In our connected world, it is easy to get access to an abundance of information, tips, tools, and inspiration from thought leaders around the globe. Learn from them.
That’s why I wrote this post. I doubt I’ll ever live a week without learning from those around me locally and globally. I recommend the same for you too.
Take a look at some of the best articles I had a chance to read this week. I hope you will find yourself learning as much as I did.
Links on Leadership as Learning
1) “You’re Right, They’re Right, But They Won” by Seth Godin
Seth Godin writes in a way that virtually everyone can learn from. This post challenges all of us to take positive action after “losing” and still knowing that we were right. Its happened to all of us. How will you respond?
2) “Andy Stanley on How to Create Breakthrough Change” by Paul Sohn
Breakthrough change occurs fairly infrequently for most leaders. When will you see this type of change in your life? At your company? If you can see leadership as learning, you likely will see different results.
3) “That Corner Office and Big Chair Doesn’t Make You a Leader” by Scott Williams
What makes a person a leader? Their position? Their power? Their money? I think most people would agree that influence demonstrates that a person is leading. But what about the corner office and the big chair…
Who are you learning from? Do you think of leadership as learning? I’d love to take a look at the blog posts and other resources that have been most helpful to you over the last week.
Share below in the comments area or leave a question about one of the links mentioned above.
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