Growth-minded leaders at all levels of a company should adopt a learning growth mindset, just like the famous polymath.
Leonardo da Vinci was both “whole-brain” and a humanist: a left-brain analytical scientist, a right-brain creative artist, and an individual profoundly empathetic toward humans and his natural environment. The recent health and inequality crises demonstrate that business can play an essential role in addressing the world’s challenges, and indeed, even before the spread of COVID-19, many corporations pledged to move away from focusing solely on maximizing shareholder profits in favor of a multi-stakeholder growth orientation. This humanizing growth shift presents an opportunity for leaders to step up and champion what we call “real growth”—sustained, long-term, inclusive growth—as the new normal.
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