The top ten

Had an interesting conversation while pitching a topic to a business executive for a keynote address. After listening to his needs and expectations I explained my concept of “Roving Leadership” and outlined the benefits for his organization.His immediate reaction was that sounds like “Kumbaya drivel”, and it would not work here. Undaunted by his no I explored why he thought my approach was too soft.After sifting through his legitimate concerns I tailored my responses based on a major study done by the Boston Consulting group. The key findings over a decade were that the companies that employed a “Roving Leadership”philosophy were consistently in the top ten best places to work,they had the lions share of business in their markets and had the greatest rise in their stock price during the ten year period
At the end of the conversation we had moved from a definite no to a maybe. To be continued..

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