This video will get you in the practice of defining whom on your team is a risk-taker and whom is not – including directors, shareholders and the executive leadership team. This video explains why it is critical to allow people to work in their own way an
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- When you're an organization…of tens of thousands of people,…many company leaders feel that they have to…operate like a machine in order to mitigate risk.…In spite of this, the nature of work is changing…and there's an environmental shift…that is greatly impacting the company as we know it.…This is all due to more companies,…more opportunities, more knowledge workers,…more technologies.…And yet, we're living where we are all being asked…to act in real time.…
Therefore, we must support talent.…Help teams network and strip away…any unnecessary rules to define great risk-takers…within our organization.…This is where your talent leads or HR department…have the greatest opportunity to be the nucleus…for risk-taking process.…In doing so, your talent lead or HR department…must assess and answer the following questions.…What risks were taken and paid off…over the last three years?…Who took them, and how?…During the same period, which risks failed?…How do the risk-taking successes and failures differ?…And what do they have in common?…
Once you as a leader have figured out how and when to take risks, you can then build a culture that not only focuses on producing great work, but also on creating and executing a steady flow of ideas to improve every aspect of the organization. Watch this course to enhance the relevance and marketability of your business and your career.
- What is risk?
- What role does risk play in leadership?
- Assessing your risk-taking style
- Understanding your organization's risk tolerance
- Defining risk-takers
- Cultivating smart risk-taking behavior
- Modeling risk-taking leadership