Mind The Innovation
E36: Why You Need To Be An Audacious Leader
April 26, 2022
Audacious leaders are those who are willing to admit when they are wrong. They are also honest about what they do not know. This makes them vulnerable and shows others that they are human. They are brave enough to make mistakes and learn from them. Audacious leaders work alongside their people. In this episode, we have guest Roy Osing, former president, CMO, and entrepreneur. Roy talks about how audacious leaders work alongside their people. They let them know why they are doing what they're doing. They involve their people in problem-solving and opportunity making. He also talks about how audacious leaders are willing to get the best results through honest collaborations and compromises, and that they're open to new ideas and ways of doing business. They exercise humility to allow communal successes and network growth. "Motivating people was all about connecting with them emotionally" Roy Osing Learn more here: https://mindtheinnovation.com/why-you-need-to-be-an-audacious-leader-roy-osing-episode-36/ For more content like this, subscribe to Mind The Innovation on Apple or Spotify, or wherever you like to listen. you can find Sannah on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/sannahvinding/ or visit this website: https://mindtheinnovation.com Thanks for Listening!
Audacious leaders are those who are willing to admit when they are wrong. They are also honest about what they do not know. This makes them vulnerable and shows others that they are human. They are brave enough to make mistakes and learn from them. Audacious leaders work alongside their people.

In this episode, we have guest Roy Osing, former president, CMO, and entrepreneur.

Roy talks about how audacious leaders work alongside their people. They let them know why they are doing what they're doing. They involve their people in problem-solving and opportunity making. He also talks about how audacious leaders are willing to get the best results through honest collaborations and compromises, and that they're open to new ideas and ways of doing business. They exercise humility to allow communal successes and network growth.
 
"Motivating people was all about connecting with them emotionally" Roy Osing

Key takeaways:
  1. The audacious journey is a tough one and also very rewarding
  2. How mistakes are one of the best drivers of innovation (you never get it right the first time)
  3. Making mistakes and recovering well is a key concept for building customer loyalty

Audacity is needed to be successful in any situation. A confident leader shows how to handle tough decisions. Being stable helps people to focus and work hard. When you show your authority, you'll inspire confidence in your team. This makes them want to follow you. Communication is a big part of leading with courage. A leader must be bold enough to face challenges and take risks in order to lead others. Audacious leaders inspire people by showing them what they're capable of accomplishing. Audacious leaders are often daring and fearless. Courageous leaders are always ready to take risks and stand up for what they believe in. They are willing to go out of their way to help people who need assistance. Leaders with courage are respected by other people because they are willing to do whatever it takes to get things done.
 
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