Great Leadership With Jacob Morgan

Do you practice the powers of ten as a leader?

A few years ago, I interviewed the CEO of IDEO, Tim Brown, and asked him about the characteristics and qualities leaders need to possess.

He told me that one of the things he believes is most valuable for a leader is the idea of practicing the powers of 10.

As a leader, you need to be able to both zoom in and zoom out.

You need to be able to get involved in the micro when needed, but at the same time, you also need to be able to zoom out and see the big picture.

Often, leaders are good at one or the other, or they're not good at either. But as a leader, you need to be good at both.


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