Tue, 22 September 2015
There is a difference between a leaders goals and priorities
Click Here for the resources from our interview with Bob
“People know who they are, but other people try to force them to be what they're not. As a result, they're miserable. They're unhappy. They're frustrated. They're often angry. And I'll tell you what our role is, I believe is to free the person to be who they are. And if they say I'm not a goal setter, don't force them to set goals. If they say I'm a problem solver, well, let them solve problems.”-Bobb Biehl
Are you a goal-oriented person, a problem-oriented a person, or an opportunity-oriented person? As a leader, do you know how to tell the difference in these types of personalities among your team and how to help these personalities work together? Would you be willing to stop setting goals?
Join us as we talk with Bobb Biehl, an executive mentor who has consulted personally with over 500 senior executives. Bobb will share his strategies for strengthening leaders and executives, helping them find clarity in their lives and their organizations. In a world where everything seems to be goal driven, you will get an eye-opening perspective on how to relax and maximize the strengths of those around you.
What you will learn:
“Well, a lot of people feel, or teach, even, that without goals, you can't get anywhere. That's nonsense. A lot of people feel like to be a leader, you have to have goals. That's nonsense as well. They feel like, well, you can lead something, but you can't be a president, or a senior pastor, or an executive director, without having goals.”-Bobb Biehl
Book: Stop Setting Goals If You Would Rather Solve Problems by Bobb Biehl
Bobb Biehl is an executive mentor and has consulted with over 500 senior executives since 1976. He has created over 50 tools in the area of personal and organizational development. Prior to starting Masterplanning Group in 1976, he was on the executive team of World Vision International. He has been on boards of directors for Jesus People International, Focus on the Family and a publicly traded corporation. Bobb married Cheryl in 1964. They live in Scottsdale, Arizona and have 2 adult children, 2 grand-children and 4 great grand-children.