A leader needs to be a life-long learner. Some leaders wonder why they need to invest even more time to study the stuff they believe they already know. Many potential leaders claim that reading makes me tired.
There are many studies that show that the more you learn; the more you earn.
I couldn’t care less about that, but I am amazed the difference a good book makes in our decision-making, relationship-building, and peace of mind. Visit www.welchlin.com to read the entire newsletter.
With so much information at our fingertips, leaders need to be connected with the constant flow of information and alert to the altering of ideas and insights. No one can come close to knowing it all, yet leaders need to stay abreast to changing conditions and available information.
Learning isn’t easy and it is especially hard to interest people in learning things they think they already know.
Sometimes people have an unwillingness to learn and an unwillingness to recognize and accept reality.
Leaders need to continually seek information through a variety of avenues such as by reading books, listening to audio books, and participating in professional associations.
Sometimes leaders make a wrong decision, and that is understandable, however, refusing to search continually for learning opportunities is not.
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