During our childhood, learning was often associated with school and boring lessons. In many cases, this kind of mindset still exists in adults.
This way, learning anything new becomes something they refuse or, worse, they are convinced to have nothing else to learn.
This is a common behaviour for many managers and entrepreneurs. They continuously face problems and setbacks that seem to be high mountains to climb.
Instead, an approach based on lean and kaizen philosophies can lead them to embrace a continuous learning mentality.
By starting with a clear goal in mind, a leader can contribute this way to exit the comfort zone, increase the level of conscious attention, and build a culture based on interdependence in order to achieve higher performance.
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