Each month in a Maestro-level leader cohort meeting, one of the participants shares an opening consecration. It might be a poem, a thoughtful essay, a song, a work of art, or a reading from a philosopher. Oftentimes, scripture is read and discussed.
This past month, Larry Jones, CEO of the Seed Company, shared an overview of Qoholeth's sentiments on leadership succession found in the book of Ecclesiastes. Larry let me screen capture his slides and we invite your thoughtful consideration of what they contain:
If you are an executive leader rounding the corner into the Third Turn, what sources of wisdom are you drawing upon as you stare into the mist, trying to discern what could become future value, succession, and legacy for the organization you serve and for yourself?
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November 3, 2022