Surprise is the enemy. Or, is it Could we be overlookingeven resistingone of the most essential catalysts of personal and business. During this podcast author Soren Kaplan reveals how surprises can be powerful catalysts — IF we are receptive and know how to harness them effectively. There’s no doubt hard work is involved, but Soren Kaplan shows you can’t do it by simply creating a big vision and implementing a set plan. In his trailblazing.
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Go Outside to Stretch the Inside 6. By highlighting specific ways to transform both good and bad surprises into unique opportunities, Kaplan encourages leaders to compete by embracing counterintuitive ideas, managing paradoxes, and even welcoming failure.
Make the Journey Part of the Surprising Destination 9. My two daughters weren”t quite so enthusiastic. So, at the end ofI took advantage of my professional portability and moved my family to France for a year. As Gloria recounted her story for me, I had a startling realization.
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There’s no doubt hard work is involved, but Soren Kaplan shows you can’t do it by simply creating a big vision and implementing a set plan. Individuals, groups, and organizations that leapfrog old ways of doing things often become the new leaders of the future. Our goal was to get outside of our comfort zones and expand our minds. Want to Read saving…. So, she and her husband, Bernard, quit their jobs to introduce Parisians to the truly great stuff she kapla known in Guatemala.
Jamal rated it liked it Jan 09, Shaping the future of strategy, innovation, leadership and culture. The moment I took a sip of my coffee, I forgot about everything else that had been on my mind. David Reber rated it liked it Oct 28, I read this as an assignment for my MBA program, and although I usually don’t like these kinds of books, I was pleasantly surprised.
We want meaningful results, but we know we can achieve them only by challenging norms, inspiring others, and crafting a future unconstrained by the present.
There’s no doubt hard work is involved, but Soren Kaplan shows you can’t do it by simply creating a big vision Selected pages Title Page. Kaplan’s writing style makes his compelling findings fun to read, simple to understand, and easy to implement. Apr 21, Vijay rated it liked it. The Power of Surprise 3. Return to Book Page.
Love the idea of embracing surprise. Leapfrogging is about changing the game–creating something new or doing something radically different that produces a significant leap forward. Instead of fighting against uncertainty, Kaplan reveals how to use it to break down limiting mindsets and barriers to change the game.
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Leapfrogging: Harness the Power of Surprise for Business Breakthroughs
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