Hello again, groundhog.
I’ve been thinking about echo chambers this week. Leadership echo chambers. The kind that can limit your leadership learning and hold back your development. A kind of leadership groundhog day.
It’s from the feedback I received about the Lessons in Leadership Audio Series.
A few of you highlighted how you much you value the mix of experts – from the well-established to the new discoveries. That is, the people you’d never heard of until now.
Of course, I can’t know who’s new for you. It’s one of the reasons I spoke to so many experts for the Audio Series. 89 all up.
I did the research, subjecting them to my red velvet rope.
Are we all listening to too few voices?
The beauty of the new discoveries is that they broaden your horizons, as one person said: with “exciting and practical advice for leaders and leadership”. They bring new ideas and concepts that you won’t hear from within your echo chamber.
So I’m wondering, is this something you’re doing in your career?
Following the same leadership people and those recommended by them? Could the echo chamber be holding back your development?
I’d love to know what do you think, along with the voices you recommend we listen to. Scroll down to leave a comment.
And, to check out the Lessons in Leadership Audio Series yourself and find out what all the fuss is about, click here.