What is habitually neglected however, is preparation for these leadership moves. Peter Drucker, the great management guru, once said presciently that “precisely where you succeeded last, is where you will fail next!”
What Drucker meant was that leaders need to engage in an intentional process of preparing for their next assignment, instead of assuming that they already know what it will take to be successful in their next move. Geoff Colvin, in his bestseller Talent is Overrated, cites the “experience fallacy” which highlights the same thing that Drucker pointed to, namely, that experience alone does not prepare a leader for success.
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