Do you know who the innovators are in your organization? These aren’t just the creative product designers or the strategists devising new business models. They are also the people who make an end run around established processes, lobby to do things differently, or proactively make connections across silos and build informal networks to get things done. By the way, most of these innovators are NOT in the C-suite. You can increase the likelihood that great ideas won’t get away by bringing many more voices and perspectives into the process. Furthermore, the “Great Resignation” highlights an enormous opportunity for leaders to create new ways of working toward meeting employees’ needs for purpose, balance, and good wages. Reach out to me to start a dialog about how not to let your innovators get away.

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