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“Innovation: If everything you try works, you’re not being bold enough” with Paul Sloane, Innovation Consultant

E51: “Innovation: If everything you try works, you’re not being bold enough” with Paul Sloane, Innovation Consultant

If you want your business to grow or your idea to take off, you’ve got to innovate. Paul Sloane is an Innovation Consultant that encourages leaders and teams to use “lateral thinking”. What’s lateral thinking? It’s approaching a problem from new directions. 

As a leader, are you empowering your team to experiment and take risks? Or have you become risk averse?

In this Powerful at Work Radio podcast episode, learn why it’s so important to show the destination but let your team choose the route…

Episode Outline:

  • [02:17] There’s an element of risk and innovation in trying new things.
  • [04:16] The cost associated with innovation and experimentation…
  • [08:01] How to remove barriers to innovation and lateral thinking in the business today.
  • [12:54] You want an attitude where people are allowed to fail, provided they share the experience, and we learn from it.
  • [18:52] Why does your team need freedom and a budget?

About Paul Sloane:

Lateral thinking expert and pioneer of innovative leadership, Paul Sloane is a highly sought after motivational speaker. Blending puzzle challenges with authoritative business messages, Paul provides practical and memorable lessons. An innovative leader who specializes in creative challenges Paul can entertain an after-dinner audience, deliver a keynote speech, or facilitate.

Connect with Paul:

Website: https://www.destination-innovation.com/

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/paul.sloane1

Twitter: https://twitter.com/PaulSloane

LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/paulsloane/

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