Put down the books
For years, my growth strategy as a leader was simple. Read a popular book and do what the author said to do.
My leadership journey has included many "eras."
The John Maxwell era.
The Andy Stanley era.
The Patrick Lencioni era.
The Clay Scroggins era.
The Marcus Buckingham era.
Although reading is rarely a bad idea, developing as a leader involves more. Leaders who have developed an authentic leadership style are disciplined learners, but they also have what Lorea Seidel calls "Radical Self-Awareness." Lorea is our guest on this week's episode of Here's What I'm Seeing. She shares three simple ways you can develop radical self-awareness and grow as a leader. Step one? Put down the books! Listen here:
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