To be an effective leader, how much should you learn?
The words of Jim Rohn ring freshly in my mind as I hear him asking, “How much should you learn?” followed by, “All you can.”
How do you approach learning in your leadership journey?
Sol says, “Whoever loves instruction loves knowledge, but he who hates correction is stupid.” ~ Proverbs 12:1
As a leader, you may have had to deal with some in your organization who weren’t performing at the required level of competency yet showed disdain at learning ways to become better.
That lack of willingness of someone in your organization to learn and grow in knowledge is like a bad piece of fruit in a basket of fruit, eventually destroying the other pieces.
Don’t let that bad piece of fruit infect your basket.
Instead, make learning part of your organization’s daily routine.
Make it a great day and keep being awesome.
Brian Kennedy is an encourager who shepherds small business owners and entrepreneurs along the path of business success to preeminence by embracing time tested principles and executing the associated fundamentals daily.