Peter Fisk: How do you recode yourself to leap forward?
An inspirational leader often creates a leap forward in the positioning, performance and profile of the organisation. They’ve been bold enough to look at a situation with new lenses — customer, outsider, new employee. They look for stimulus in the margins, listening carefully to new voices and those who are at the margins. And then they have the courage to take the leap forward. That means letting go of the past — activities, mindset, even people — and identifying the limiting assumptions you make about the business or the space you compete in. So what do you need to do to ‘recode yourself’ to make this leap forward?
Peter Fisk, the speaker, author, advisor and professor talks about this and more in this stimulating discussion.
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|04.05||Peter’s process for selecting inspirational leaders — and his top pick.|
|09.29||Biggest obstacles that get in the way of leaders recoding their businesses.|
|11.37||The first step leaders can take to explore new possibilities.|
|15.45||The most material shifts that deserve the attention of CEOs and boards.|
|20.31||What helps organisations and individuals make big leaps.|
|23.13||How the CMO should evolve and relate to other C-suite roles.|
|27.00||Why Peter’s intrigued by developments in Asia and South America.|
|27.56||How and what he has changed in the last 18 months.|
|32.47||How Peter measures his impact.|
“Newness happens in the margins not the mainstream.”
Professor Peter Fisk, IE Business School