Controlling your learning is a leadership trait. It is a constant surprise that many individuals choose to only conduct learning if it’s provided by their company. There is a general reluctance in the workplace for leaders and aspiring leaders to take responsibility for their learning, believing that if the organisation doesn’t teach it, it’s not worth learning. This is a terrible mistake especially as Maverick Leaders are pathologically curious and if you have a Maverick Leader as your manager they will be disappointed if you continuously wait to be told what to do.
In this show, guest Marc Molloy shares with Judith his own leadership journey and the lessons that he learnt as a Maverick Leader. They discuss the need to continuously learn to improve and that you shouldn’t be passive in your learning. Judith and Marc consider the importance that you should have protected time in the diary so that you have allocated time to think and learn. This is the trait that you should pass onto your team and then you should hold others accountable for their learning time.
Marc Molloy on radio!
Marc Molloy has worked within education and leadership for over 15 years supporting people and organisation to be the best they can be. Marc enjoys unlocking the barriers that can inhibit learning and personal growth.
He joins Judith Germain on The Maverick Paradox @ KLDR Online Leadership Development Radio this week to discuss rebel leadership. This is a fun and fascinating conversation between two like minded individuals.
Marc Molloy poses some insightful questions for Judith to answer, listen in and tell us what you think!
Controlling your learning is a leadership trait
Listen to Marc on The Maverick Paradox @ KLDR Online Leadership Development Radio at the following times this week:
UK Show Times (GMT)
- 12 Noon – Mon, Wed, Fri
- 9 am – Thursday
- US Show Times (CST)
- 12 Noon – Mon, Thurs, Fri
- 10 am Wednesday
This fascinating conversation with Larry Robertson will be permanently available on The Maverick Paradox Podcast from 15 April 2022.