How to use innovation as a leadership tool

04/29/2014 | Huffington Post, The

People engage far more with ideas they come up with themselves than with ideas that are foisted upon them, writes David Hassell. That means leaders can get ahead by using questions to guide workers as they come up with their own solutions, rather than by simply telling them what to do. "When someone else places an idea in our heads, we may or may not retain it. But when we form our own ideas, they are more relevant to us," Hassell explains.

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