In the age of disruption, it’s never been more important to fail early, fail often, and fail forward. Be More Wrong uncovers the systems, habits, and practices you need to develop critical leadership skills and learn fast.
If you are recovering from Imposter Syndrome and feel limited by your capabilities of being a solid leader, Be More Wrong will change your mindset and encourage you to believe you can be successful in growing from failures. Be More Wrong brings together for the first time the concepts of The Hero’s Journey, Design Thinking Methodology, storytelling, personal resilience, psychological safety, strategic presence, and the blended skills of coaching and mentoring into a leadership framework.
Using the Pi2 Leadership Impact Model created by author Colin Hunter, Be More Wrong shows you how to create systems and build habits through purposeful practice, that will help you lead with greater confidence, conviction, and connection. You’ll learn how to recognize different leadership styles, and what transforms a good leader into an outstanding one.
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I never thought fifteen years ago I would be meditating my way to success – or celebrating failure. But both have helped me immensely.
Yet, how often as leaders do we feel we can create experiments and play with our role and try something new? We usually take the path of least resistance and do what we have always done. We have lost the exuberant freedom of playing in the playground because we are worried or in many cases terrified by failure.
Life as a leader is a lifelong journey of purposeful practice and continuous learning. Being more wrong is about getting up every morning excited about the day’s experiment, failure, and how that moves you towards success.
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