The magic happens when our recognition of the importance of learning is teamed with the curiosity and adaptability to actually pursue learning and re-learning as part of our professional and personal practice. And to then deploy that learning in new ways.
In the current climate, leaders must be constantly scanning their surroundings, not just to see what has changed but to spot new challenges, risks, and opportunities. They also need to identify gaps in knowledge, skills, and capabilities, and act swiftly to close them.
It’s learning agility that not only fuels this relentless curiosity but also what enables leaders to channel it into action within their own business. It also provides the energy to then reset and go on that journey again and again.
Business Owners | General managers
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As a business owner and manager it is natural to think – “I need to be at work, there’s so much that has to be done.” We all get tied up in the day-to-day operations and all the challenges that comes with running a business.
What has become so important to me, as a business owner and manager, is that I get out of the workplace to gain a better perspective on what I need to focus on to improve and grow the business. The Engine Room Excelerate Program provides a high level platform to discuss business issues, industry trends and innovation in this ever changing environment.