Why do we organize the way we do? Why do we run meetings the way we do? Why do we use the words we use when communicating and asking questions? Turns out most of us are using language, meeting formats and organizational design inherited from the industrial age where the leaders were the thinkers and the workers were the doers.
Based on the WSJ Bestseller, “Leadership is Language,” David Marquet explores the origins of our language at work, how it was shaped by the industrial age and the language we want to use in its place. This is something your organization needs to hear now more than ever.