Andreas Vetr

EXPLOSIVE GROWTH: Leaders Expand Their Training to Many

EXPLOSIVE GROWTH: Expand your training to many

Once you’ve built your inner circle, you can take the next step and select specific people for hands-on training and roll out that training to include many potential leaders who may already be in your organization. This group of trainees will subsequently multiply you and your organization through their actions and achievements.

Before this group embarks on this journey of experience, some may have concerns. That’s why it’s important to have a comprehensive meeting to address any concerns you may have. When they return, participants will often be surprised by the positive results. While you, as a leader, communicate high expectations to your people, you also offer comprehensive support. This valuable team prepares everyone and everything for the organization and your arrival and in return receives valuable experience.

Explosive Growth emphasizes that success depends on who and what you teach. To increase your influence, you must train other leaders and equip them with the skills and principles to influence others. This moves you from adding your power to multiplying by the power of the whole team.

Food for thought:

How can I implement this in my leadership and organization:

  • Have I formed an inner circle within my organization?
  • Who are the potential leaders in the broader community that I could equip for valuable experiences and send on experiential journeys?
  • What specific experiences would I like them to have and how can I communicate this effectively?
  • What important instructions or guidance should I give them before starting their training?
  • How can I ensure their concerns are addressed during the meeting process?

  • How can I effectively support and encourage the growth of individuals who have completed their training and returned to the organization?

  • What expectations do I have of the people I train and how can I communicate these effectively?
  • How can I balance high expectations with comprehensive support for those I train?
  • How can I ensure that those I train feel adequately empowered to deal with the challenges during their training and beyond?

  • How have my instructions influenced the success of those I trained?
  • In what ways can I multiply my influence?
  • What specific skills and principles do I need to focus on when training potential leaders to effectively influence others?

English:

EXPLOSIVE GROWTH: Leaders Expand their Training to Many

Once you’ve built your inner circle, you can take the next step and select special individuals for on-the-job training and roll out these training programs to involve many potential leaders who may already be in your organization. This group of trainees will subsequently multiply you and your organization through their actions and achievements.

Before this circle embarks on this experiential journey, some may have concerns. Therefore, it’s important to conduct a comprehensive discussion to address any concerns. Upon their return, participants are often surprised by the positive results. While communicating high expectations to your people as a leader, you also simultaneously offer your support. This valuable team prepares everyone and everything for the organization and your arrival, and in return gains valuable experiences.

Explosive Growth emphasizes that success is determined by who and what the leader teaches. To amplify their influence, the leader must educate other leaders and equip them with the skills and principles to influence others. By doing so, the leader transitions from addition to multiplication.

Food for thoughts:

How to work this out for my leadership and organization:

  • Have I established an inner circle within my organization or community?
  • Who are the potential leaders in the wider community or next circle whom I could equip and send out for valuable experiences?
  • What specific experiences would I like them to gain, and how can I effectively communicate this to them?
  • What key instructions or guidance should I provide to them before they embark on their training?
  • How can I ensure that their apprehensions are addressed during the briefing process?

  • Have I experienced situations where individuals I’ve trained have returned with surprising and positive outcomes?
  • What factors contributed to their success, and how can I replicate this in future training initiatives?
  • In what ways can I effectively support and nurture the growth of individuals who have completed their training and returned to the organization or community?

  • What are the expectations I have for the individuals I train, and how can I communicate these effectively?
  • In what ways can I balance high expectations with providing substantial support to those I am training?
  • How can I ensure that the individuals I train feel adequately equipped to handle the challenges they may encounter during their training and beyond?

  • How have my teachings and guidance impacted the success of those I have trained?
  • In what ways can I multiply my influence by teaching and equipping others to become leaders?
  • What specific skills and principles do I need to focus on when training potential leaders to influence others effectively?