This week, my personal trainer pushed me harder than I have been pushed in a long while.
To say I felt “some discomfort” in the days following that mammoth sesh was an understatement. This is me using a straw in my coffee as a result of literally not being able to lift my arms.
But here’s the thing. I was willing to put up with some discomfort in order to get stronger and reach my fitness goals.
It’s a bit like that in leadership.
Becoming a better leader, or person for that matter, requires us to change, grow and develop. And in order to transform, we must get outside our comfort zone and go into the Red Zone.
As Pierre Gurdjian, Thomas Halbeisen, and Kevin Lane say in their McKinsey article, Why Leadership Development Programmes Fail;
“Addressing the root causes of why…
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