Good insights, Dan. We run into these issues with many clients.
You can’t lead when you know too much.
Education establishes barriers to thinking. Everything that comes your way is instantly judged by what you know. In some cases the less you know the more open you are.
People with knowledge say things like, “We can’t do that because…”
Another reason you can’t lead is too much experience.
You’ve been doing your job for years. You say things like, “We’ve always done it this way.” People with experience resist change.
Knowledge and experience hold leaders back when they result in closed minds.
New worlds antiquate old worlds. Turbulence, new regulations, cultural shifts, and technological advancements make old knowledge and past experience less relevant. During changing times leaders must possess three qualities, in this order:
Character is acting in harmony with who we are and in alignment with noble virtues.
Curiosity is the ability to withhold judgment long…
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