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Learning to Lead, Leading to Learn: A Podcast with Katie Anderson and Isao Yoshino

by Lean Leaper
October 26, 2020

Learning to Lead, Leading to Learn: A Podcast with Katie Anderson and Isao Yoshino

by Lean Leaper
October 26, 2020 | Comments (1)

“It’s only a failure if you don’t learn,” says Mr. Isao Yoshino, reflecting on his long career at Toyota, his various work experiences (some of which could be deemed "failures"), and above all the lessons he derived from these useful experiments. He spoke with Katie Anderson, who based her new book Learning to Lead, Leading to Learn on his experience and insights. Join us for a podcast with host Tom Ehrenfeld that explores the lessons gleaned from his career at Toyota.

Download a transcript of the full conversation here.

Keywords:  experiments,  leadership,  learning,  Purpose,  respect
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Katie Anderson October 27, 2020

Mr. Yoshino and I enjoyed talking with Tom about our collaboration in creating the book "Learning to Lead, Leading to Learn" and our own lessons from reflection, learning from failure and success, and developing people. I personally have learned so much from Mr. Yoshino from his 40 years at Toyota and the wisdom gained from a lifetime of learning and am honored to have helped bring his stories to a broader audience.

I look forward to hearing what people take away from the podcast.

For more information on the book, visit: http://learningtoleadleadingtolearn.com/



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