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9781119657736

Leading the Way How Transformational Experiencesare Shaping Leadership and Culture

  • ISBN 13:

    9781119657736

  • ISBN 10:

    1119657733

  • Edition: 1st
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 03/08/2021
  • Publisher: Wiley

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Summary

Leading the Way looks at how transformational experiences such as travel, experiences, events and festivals are shaping the next generation of leaders and may be the key to solving humanity's greatest challenges. World traveler and adventure podcaster, Derek Loudermilk argues that embracing unconventional means of leadership development, and innovation are the best means to get out of our comfort zones. Derek highlights certain leadership traits, values, big visions, and personal characteristics that directly result from seeking and achieving transformational experiences.

He takes you to some of the most dramatic transformational festivals and events from around the world: Burning Man, Bali Spirit Fest, Tony Robbins’ Unleash the Power Within, Yestival, and Freedom X Fest. He'll show you how these experiences are created, curated, and delivered for maximum effect. Armed with the adventure mindset, leaders will benefit from strategically acquiring a breadth of transformational experiences that allow them to better make crucial decisions. Leading the Way will be look at how drawing meaning, rites of passage, and significance from an experience, in order to create lasting transformation.

Leading the Way is a break from today’s connected digital world where technology consumes our time and energy and often prevents big picture ideas from surfacing. The author addresses this increasing problem and helps leaders break the habit by experiencing something truly transformative in order to clear the mind, think bigger, and improve decision making long-term.

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