This is an interesting one that caught my eye today - the article raises the question on how you deal with and manage 'the Game Changer'.
These individuals can make up 11% of the workforce which is a huge number so how are these 'game changers' encouraged.....or are they stifled
The article focuses on 4 key sections:
- Defining leaders and Game Changers
- Where are your Game Changers
- An environment to survive
- What leaders need to know about Game Changers
There are some great things to think about and consider when it comes to harnessing the power of the 'Game Changer' but the nature vs. nurture debate has always interested me. Individuals will often conform to an organisational culture and the 'way we've always done it' mentality wins over time. The opposite happens however when the culture is open and collaborative, innovation as well as failure in celebrated and encouraged and the environment we work in influences HOW we work greatly.
Take a look at the article here - Are Game Changers born or made?
Do you have any Game Changers in your organisation?
Do you consider yourself to be a Game Changer?
What are your thoughts on if Game Changers are born or made?