Leaders are encouraged to think big.
They are encouraged to create a big vision and make big changes.
But is this the only way?
What about the mid-level managers?
Or young, future or emerging leaders?
They often do not have the opportunity to make these dramatic changes even if they wanted to.
So we need a new approach.
I call this The Small Wins Way.
It encourages young leaders to:
– form small teams,
– take on small challenges
– with small budgets
– take small risks
– and deliver in small time frames.
The Small Wins Way is an everyday approach to innovation, change and growth.
It’s a way for all young leaders to practice these vital skills and capabilities.
To use an analogy – you can try and get fit by going to the gym a few times a year for an intensive 24 hour session.
Or you can do just a little bit every day.
The Small Wins way is an easier, faster and low risk approach to building more innovative and productive teams.