Join Mike Figliuolo for an in-depth discussion in this video Innovating and anticipating, part of Developing Your Leadership Philosophy.
- In terms of leading the thinking,…you as the leader need to see over the horizon.…You're not getting paid for the day-to-day operations.…You're getting paid to look beyond what's coming…and figure out what are the innovative new things…that we can do, what are the big risks…we're facing down the road?…Now, if you're anything like me, I fear change.…I like when things are working.…And it's hard for me to challenge the status quo…even when I don't have a lot of things standing in the way…of me making changes.…
So I need a maxim that reminds me to step back…and question what I'm doing.…That maxim is the five whys, why, why, why, why, why.…Now that probably doesn't make a lot of sense to you…in the context of how it helps me drive change.…I learned the five whys at one point…when I was a young consultant and I was standing in line…with my project manager, and he said,…What are you working on, Mike?…And I shared an insight I had from some analysis…I did that morning.…
And I said this is what's going on.…And he said, Well, why?…
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- Examine the four critical aspects of leadership.
- Explore how to find your internal motivation and why it affects leadership.
- Identify the key goals that drive a leadership vision.
- Review methods for motivating, inspiring, and developing future leaders.
- Recognize with whom you should share your leadership vision.