Aug 27, 2020
Chances are, you have a reputation as a good problem-solver. That reputation very well could be one of the factors that has led to your success thus far.
But here’s the problem--and perhaps you’re already seeing it. The higher you get up in an organization, the larger the scale of your projects and responsibilities, the more difficult the problems you face.
I'm joined today by Thomas Wedell-Wedellsborg, author of a new book entitled What's Your Problem?: To Solve Your Toughest Problems, Change the Problems You Solve
Learn more about Thomas and his book at wedellsblog.com/.
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Talent Triangle: Leadership
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