Leaders Value Humility, Listening and Questions (V1 Course 2 Overview)
Leading With Humility
... encourages developing and valuing people. Unfortunately, leadership can elevate a focus on self, which underscores the need for Humility – the most underrated of all leader attributes. Humility is powerful, practical and active, and leverages learning.
Leading With Questions
Leading With Questions works best with humility. The combination of listening, the most underrated tool, with questions, the most powerful tool, doesn’t work as well without humility. Those three elements provide a firm foundation for great leadership. Peter Drucker said, “The leader of the future will be a person who knows how to ask.” It takes discipline to ask. When a leader values people, questions and listening takes a prominent role in their life. Because of their importance, listening and questions are practiced throughout the program.
My SWOT is an exercise that can help reinforce learning and possibly humility. It gives a leader the opportunity to reflect deeply on personal strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats so that they can make enhancements to their life.