When knowledge isn't power



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Research into leadership transitions is covered with examples of how 'high potentials' with an outstanding history of achievements often derail, as they are unwilling or unable to adapt. Such achievers can further their skill development opportunities to mitigate this risk, but they too often neglect the primary stage of learning: unlearning. 

In this article, you will:

  • Understand the importance of adapting in your organisation  
  • Discover the process that’s required to unlearn
  • Learn how this impacts performance

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