What to do When the Bishop is an Accidental Diminisher | An Interview With Liz Wiseman

What to do When the Bishop is an Accidental Diminisher | An Interview With Liz Wiseman

Podcast: Play in new window | Download | EmbedSubscribe Email | RSS | MoreLiz Wiseman has been named as one of the top 10 leadership thinkers in the world and teaches leadership to executives and emerging leaders internationally. She is the President of The Wiseman...
Why your next ward leader should be inexperienced | A conversation with Liz Wiseman

Why your next ward leader should be inexperienced | A conversation with Liz Wiseman

In this interview I sit down again with Liz Wiseman who has been such a wonderful resource for Leading Saints and I truly consider her a great friend and mentor.

Liz recently spoke at a BYU Forum and spoke wonderfully about the power of rookie smarts and how what one knows can be a disadvantage to a growing leader. She discusses how learning how to learn is more important than the content of what one is learning.

She also shares some rich stories of what she learned from Lee Perry (Dean of BYU School of Business, and son of L. Tom Perry), when she was a student at BYU, why her husband was recently called to a bishopric, and how to focus on being a hungry, and humble leader.

There’s a lot of information here and it is definitely worth a thorough listen.

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