The Precision Filters Of Leadership Success
Leaders are wild horses by nature. We want to roam the open ranges. Any talk about rules or exercising restraint are conversations we don’t really enjoy having.
But, we’re going to have that important conversation today anyway.
In photography, you use polarizing filters to cut down the glare. Much in the same way, professional leaders must also master the process of using filters.
It’s because not everyone around us has the same level of passion and vision. Not everyone around us has as much at stake.
So, without our leadership filters, we can come in too hot, be misunderstood and cause irreversible damage.
Join Michael and Jim as they share a unique and powerful take on this critical leadership skill.