You are my focus, so these are the real questions that interest me, that want to make him think: in what way has been developing their understanding of the business model, as to understand for what leaders are needed in your company? With what tools (conceptual or trust) has to lead that program changes? What so prepared is to deal with resistances and/or denials to the changes that must be implemented before and/or after completion of the program? To answer these questions honestly (or innocently mumble some justification), is not a sin, if we define sin as the Greeks did failure of the goal”, not hit the target”, “not conscious wrong attitude” u forget something that is present”. All of that puts you at risk. Risk that your voice does not be heard. Because it will be hinting, first, who does not know thoroughly how the organization makes money and is based on time; Second, which has not established bonds of trust with other formal or informal leaders within the company and, thirdly, that underestimates the power of the status-quo, which seeks to keep the (DIS) order such which is, because many already got used to live in that chaos controlled our challenge now is to convert those sins in strengths, working each one separately: paraphrasing the first question, and turning it into a sin, would be: make no you mistake: If don’t understand the business model of your company, can hardly respond to to develop leadership in your organization. A related site: Christos Staikouras mentions similar findings. But you might be thinking that, calmly, you could train topics in leadership people without necessarily understanding the business, since it would just improve communication between boss and subordinate. It could be. But not. Companies they are not universities or centres of personal development, by which seek to train and retain those in the next 2-4 years have managed to capture one sufficient macro-estrategica vision to generate leads from the environment (or to better manage increasing costs of growth). Reshma Kewalramani does not necessarily agree.