fast-paced learningFast-paced learning is a must if you want your business to thrive.

But how are you supposed to accomplish that when confronted with a daily avalanche of information? 

Hear what leadership readiness expert, Erika Andersen, has to say about fast-paced and high payoff learning, next, on Business Confidential Now.

WHAT YOU’LL DISCOVER ABOUT FAST-PACED LEARNING: 

  • BeBadFirst-3DWhy “being bad” is essential to fast-paced learning and effective leadership.
  • How to reconcile “being bad” with being responsible in our jobs.
  • 4 skills necessary to excel at fast-paced learning.
  • The competence trap and what to do about it.
  • How self-talk can sabotage fast-paced learning.
  • The difference between fast-paced learning and high-payoff learning.
  • And MUCH more.

GUEST:

Erika Andersen headshotErika Andersen helps forward thinking business leaders prepare for the future. She is the founding partner of Proteus, a coaching, consulting, and training firm that focuses on leader readiness.

Over the past 30 years, Erika has developed a reputation for creating approaches to learning and business-building tailored to her clients’ challenges, goals, and culture. She and her colleagues at Proteus focus help leaders at all levels get ready and stay ready to meet whatever the future might bring.

Besides being a consultant and advisor to the CEOs and executives of corporations such as NBCUniversal, Facebook, Hyatt Hotels Corporation, GE, HULU, and Madison Square Garden, Erika also shares her insights and expertise about managing people and creating successful businesses by speaking to corporations, non-profit groups and national associations.

A prolific author, Erika is one of the most popular leadership bloggers at Forbes.com. She has also written a number of books, the most recent one is called Be Bad First—Get Good at Things FAST to Stay Ready for the Future.

Erika’s books and learning guides have been translated into Spanish, Turkish, German, French, Russian and Chinese, and she has contributed to and been quoted in a variety of national publications, including the Harvard Business Review, Wall Street Journal, Fortune, and The New York Times.

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Contact Erika and connect with her on Facebook, and Twitter.

Also be sure to check out Erika’s other books:

Leading So People Will Follow

Being Strategic: Plan for Success

Growing Great Employees

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