Experienced Leadership

Thursday, 6/18 @ 4:ooPT & 7:00 ET

We make no apologies for valuing potential over experience, but discrimination or dismissal (literally or figuratively) of those on either end of the age continuum is contrary to the GTIdeology and Greatness Through the Individual.

Our 3rd Radical Idea, Radical Deconstruction: Potential is more valuable than experience.

So, how can we understand, value, and respect experienced leadership within an organization that emphasizes potential? More importantly, how can experienced individuals exercise effective leadership?

Join us this Thursday (6/18) to discuss those ideas as framed by our 3nd Radical Idea: Potential is more valuable than experience.

Here are the questions:

  1. In your opinion, what is the most significant advantage of experienced leadership?
  2. We believe the value of experience is not in knowing what did and didn’t work, but why. What do you think?
  3. Agree or disagree: Experience that continues solving typical and recurring problems in established ways is not leadership? Why?
  4. Discuss the role experienced leadership should play in harnessing potential.
  5. Have you ever worked with an experienced leader who valued potential? Are you striving to become one? Tell us about it.

You’re invited to — and we hope you will — join us at 4:00 PT & 7:00 ET on Thursday, June 11, to discuss this important topic.

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