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If your executives think they know everything, they’ve got a lot to learn. These days, doing a good job — and advancing in a career —isn’t about mastering a predetermined set of skills and knowledge. By the time an executive has checked that box, the necessary skills will have changed and the required knowledge has evolved in ways they couldn’t have imagined. Unfortunately, when it comes to learning, executives can be their own worst enemies. They fall back on the tried and true, and expect change to simply happen. When it doesn’t, it’s disappointing for them — and frustrating, time-consuming, and costly for your organization.
To help them keep up and get ahead, you have to show them how to embrace change: building new skills, letting go of old assumptions and mastering the art of lifelong learning. This session will:
- Help you learn the mindset that’s essential for survival in today’s business environment.
- Identify how we can lead to learn to improve agility and to change.
- Investigate factors that prevent risk taking and how to build a culture where failure is used to innovate.
- Connect learning strategy to competing more effectively.