The flawed theory is that A+ students become good leaders.

There is no reason to think that this should be true.

Doing well on tests, paying attention to what’s being asked, being diligent in short-term error correction–these are three hallmarks of someone who is good at school.

None of these are important once you are charged with charting a new path, with figuring out what to do next. In fact, they get in the way.

We invented the educational regime to produce compliant factory workers. But the most compliant are not always suited to be the bravest, the most empathic or the most intuitive.

Lora Centre is starting with the Managing and Leading People programme on Saturday, 13 February 2021. Our classes are online. Register online: www.loracentre.com

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