Apr
22

Experiment Like An Expert

by  Susan Mazza  |  Leadership Development

There’s a lot of pressure, and even hype, out there about the need to be or become an expert. Of course, to be perceived as an expert you need to know something about your area of expertise.

“Expert” also implies some depth of knowledge and understanding, as well as expertise in applying it.

What if being an expert isn’t just about knowing? What if it’s not just about what you know or how much you know? What if being an expert has as much to do with your ability to think and apply what you learn and experience over time in service of an outcome or possibility?

Recently I noticed I had unwittingly fallen into the “but I don’t know enough” trap.

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Susan Mazza works with leaders and their organizations to transform their performance from solid to exceptional as a business consultant, leadership coach and motivational speaker. CEO of Clarus-WORKS, Founder/Author of Random Acts of Leadership™, and Co-Author of The Character-Based Leader, Susan was named one of the Top 100 Thought Leaders by Trust Across America in 2013.  »  View Profile

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