All things improvable

If leadership models can be improved on, if products and services can be improved on, to what extent should we be tasked with the responsibility to improve the people who lead and others who create the products and services?

There is the concern that not everyone has a high level of objectivity to learn new techniques, principles and models. It is also understandable that not everyone has developed the ability to be teachable nor the aptness for growth.

This explains one major reason why people lose their jobs during retrenchment and others get promoted.

Despite this chasm, from a leader’s point of view, teaching, training and developmental materials and resources should consistently be improved on to eliminate the growth gap in leadership, in quality of products and services and for those who create and oversee them.