“If you’re not failing every now and again, it’s a sign you’re not doing anything very innovative.”
– Woody Allen
They will also embark on a process of lifelong learning and renewal. Developing leadership skills requires tremendous effort and time dedication with a constant reinforcement of better habits.
Finally, leading an innovative requires any leader to show humility and turn to his talented people, not out of weakness, but out of strength. This will encourage all employees to embrace a culture where it is okay to admit that they don’t have every answer to every question and that the true innovations coming from closing that knowledge gap in a way that creates something bigger for the company and better for the customer.
By Eamonn Percy
….also from Eamonn: Creating a Culture of Innovation