Much of the information we get for free is recycled ideas. Much of what we get, even on social media, is filled with propaganda and fake news.
We live in a world where information is given freely. You have them at your fingertips. Unfortunately, too much free stuff drowns us.
It is not the fault of managers who think of team building as packages, not experiences that build team skills and open up opportunities. The providers they meet are those who make them play the same-same—Spider Web, Trust Fall, and games you can easily Google. They conduct games without rhyme or reason.
You rarely find consultants who help your team pay the utmost attention to your business challenges. They aren’t playing bigger. They are playing games as an escape from forgettable work.
It is not the fault of employees who get “basic leadership training.” Some training providers are trapped in a world where every leader must learn only how to plan, organize, direct, control, and manage.
We no longer live in a world where leaders have to spend years learning how to become better leaders.
You’ll rarely find experts who can help you design experiences for leaders that help them create and multiply value.
Many managers tend to look for what is “new” because “old ways” don’t work. But, of course, designing training programs based on competencies is better than getting canned programs from training providers.
Those who think and play bigger accept that we need new ways of solving problems to create unique learning experiences for leaders.
Because you are here now, I am sure that you don’t want to shortchange yourself and the people around you.