How Innovative Leaders Overcome Brick Walls

How Innovative Leaders Overcome Brick Walls

Stephen Covey, author of best seller “ 7 Habits of Highly Effective ,” s that it’s not only leader’s job to lead through forest, but also to recognize when you are in wrong forest.

That sets st for two simple actions that someone once told me to take that lever Covey’s advice. He s:

As with many things, it’s easy to say, but much harder to do. But at same time, it does set some . Let’s take a deeper look.

It could be that you are operating in too of a niche. You may need to redefine your niche to be right scale to find a ger crowd. This will undoubtedly involve some , some investigating and maybe some targeted trial and error. You need to find a crowd and know that it’s a crowd with some problems that you might be able to solve.

This part is all about solving problems and coming up with unique, fresh, workable solons. This, too, requires a great deal of work again ing, investigating and trying solons (failing fast) until you find something that works.

First, it is about identifying a platf that has commonalities, needs solons, has certain characteristics, has rallying points and has emotions that holds it toger.

n, it is about understanding needs of that crowd well, identifying and creating a solon to get out in front and lead way.

Are you working hard, trying to lead but being ineffective? Maybe you are playing in wrong forest. Perhaps you need to find a new crowd and get out in front of it.

How Innovative Leaders Overcome Brick Walls


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