• Leaders can learn from the fish that would fly
• “That will make the world a much better place”
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The humble Exocoetidae – the biological name for the family of fish that seemingly fly out of the water for short distances -- has a lesson for business leaders, says relationship specialist Paul Cowan, who works internationally to facilitate change between advertising agencies and their clients.
As they “fly,” the fish are observing what’s hidden in the waters below them, he says. It’s those hidden threats when not discovered that derail business efforts – and can turn the flying fish into dinner.
“All of us, whether we’re in a personal relationship or a professional relationship, are becoming more expert, more dexterous, more knowledgeable” at seeing underlying issues, he says. And as that develops, “that will make the world a much better place.”
Mr. Cowan talks about tackling hidden issues in this Bizgnus Podcast.
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