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”… leadership intelligence and its eight related essentials are not some fuzzy, high-level concepts. Leadership intelligence is about taking deliberate, concrete action steps. That is why we call leadership intelligence an “action sport.”
– Doug Lennick & Chuck Wachendorfer, Don’t Wait for Someone Else to Fix It
In today’s podcast Doug Lennick and Chuck Wachendorfer discuss their new book, Don’t Wait for Someone Else to Fix It, and some of the essential things people need to do to enhance their impact at work, home and anywhere else that they need to show up.
1. Self-Awareness and Leadership Logic Chain: The importance of self-awareness and how it forms the foundation of the leadership logic chain, leading to effective decision-making, self-management, and ultimately, successful leadership.
2. The Role of Feedback and Trust: How trust is essential for open and honest feedback within an organization, and the importance of leaders building trust to create an environment where employees feel safe providing feedback.
3. Moral Intelligence and Responsibility: The significance of integrating integrity and responsibility into leadership. These qualities contribute to high-performing organizations and inspire others.
4. Quantifiable vs. Being Goals: The difference between quantifiable goals and state-of-being goals, highlighting the importance of both in personal and professional growth. Setting KPIs for being goals is also discussed.
5. Continuous Improvement and Goal Setting: The idea that goal achievement is a part of life's journey, not an endpoint.