Former US Military Captain, leadership expert and one of the authors and instructors (2008-2015) of the Being A Leader And The Effective Exercise Of Leadership: An Ontological/Phenomenological Model course, Kari Granger, explores ‘Being A Leader: It’s Not What You Know… It’s How You See’.
What makes truly extraordinary leaders so effective is not the ascribed leadership characteristics that we admire and try to emulate. Rather, what makes extraordinary leaders so effective is that they see, comprehend, and therefore interact with life differently than most of us do. The world actually occurs (shows up) differently for these extraordinary leaders. When we begin to realize that leadership is less about what you know, and more about how you see, we give ourselves a new access to developing leaders who can enact significant, sustainable change.
Watch the webinar below.
Drawn from the leadership course (see the full course at http://ssrn.com/abstract=1263835).
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