Guidelines to create interactive and productive Business Book Club or Leadership Learning Group discussions.
To start a Business Book Club or Leadership Learning Group in your workplace or career community, begin by defining your purpose, participants, and process. Aim to engage members and provide value.
It’s important to start with good research, planning, ideas, and execution. AND sometimes the ground needs to warm up before the new idea will take hold. Steps you can take to create the right conditions for successful innovation.
Add SOAR, David Cooperrider’s future-focused “Appreciative Inquiry” tool, to your strategic planning toolkit as a supplement or alternative to SWOT.
Watch for trends that will create opportunities, make friends with technology, and increase your value by cultivating uniquely human skills.