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[EP 51] Designing your own leadership curriculum for continued success

by | 5 Jul, 2022

There’s often an assumption that if you’re employed, your organisation will tell you ( or even teach you) everything you need to learn.

But a lot of the learning we need is deeply personal and depending on your organisation they might offer something appropriate or not. And some organisations offer nothing at all.

It’s all too easy to get complacent, lazy, reactive with your own learning journey. Just because you’re no longer in fulltime education, doesn’t mean your learning should stop. In fact, the best leaders are lifelong learners.

It’s time to get curious about what you want to learn and work on.

Time to take charge of your own learning instead of outsourcing the responsibility for your growth to a corporate entity.

Listen to this episode to help you:

  • Explore what you want to learn
  • Decide where and how to spend your learning time and energy
  • Figure out how to get the help and input you need, and which questions to ask, to help you learn and grow
  • Design a curriculum you’re excited about – so you can enjoy the learning

Listen now and get back into joyful learning.

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And remember, now is a good time to breathe.


Step forward with courage and confidence without sacrificing who you are or what you believe in

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