Welcome to The Leading Strong Podcast hosted by 34 Strong Co-Founders Darren Virassammy and Brandon Miller. This episode aired on 11/04/20. You can listen to the Full Episode HERE.
If you fight for your limitations, you get to keep themJim Kwik
In this week’s episode, hosts Brandon Miller and Darren Virassammy dive into the BONUS Manager Intelligence Skill – Intellect.
Managers who invest in the Intellect skill are continuous improvers and always challenge themselves to learn and grow. In this episode, we will teach you how to grow this skill and lead your team from a place of humility. The practice of increasing this skill is unique to each manager, we all learn in different ways. We will explore specific ways for you to increase your confidence in strategic decision making by staying present and being in tune with your surroundings. High Intellect managers engender team unity and cooperation.
The Highs and Lows of the Intellect Skill
- High: I am always learning and challenging myself and my team to grow in knowledge and understanding. I am a continuous improver.
- Low: I am set in my ways. The way my team has done things is how we will continue to do things. You can’t teach an old dog new tricks. I can struggle with change.
Book Recommendation of the Week
Key Question: How can you take the time to sharpen your mental saw this week? Try engaging in fresh learning experiences!
- Learn to preserve and enhance the greatest asset you have, your mind. Start with having a balanced program for self-renewal in your mental capacity. Then, knowing your learning style, schedule specific times in your day to sharpen your mental saw by engaging in fresh learning experiences. As your mind grows in agility, your decision making becomes more crisp and confident. Keep yourself from growing stale and getting stuck in routine.
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Stay Tuned for next week as we dive into the Management Intelligence Skill of Emotional Intelligence!