With John Wick: Chapter 3 releasing on May 17th, 2019, I thought it would be fun to do a throwback Reel Leadership article for the previous John Wick movie titles. Previously, I shared the leadership lessons from John Wick 1. Today, I want to share the leadership lessons found in John Wick: Chapter 2.
Keanu Reeves returns as the retired assassin John Wick. He’s thrust back into the tasks he’d left behind after he found love. Because of his actions in the first John Wick movie, John has to take on a task that drags him back into the abyss.
Keanu Reeves in John Wick: Chapter 2
Chapter 2 of John Wick picks up shortly after the first movie. John is tracking the remaining family members of the Russian gang that stole his car and murdered his puppy. Then, he is recruited for one more hit… Read more...
There’s a major problem with leaders in the top organizations today. One many of them are unwilling to face for fear of missing out or fear of being thought of less.
That problem? The problem of always being connected.
You may think I’m talking of how connected we are with others. The relationships we’ve formed. The bonds that draw friends together.
This isn’t the connection that’s the problem. Those are great connections and we need to strive to make more of these meaningful connections.
There’s a more sinister type of connection that’s quickly burning emerging leaders out.
The connection that’s killing us is the always on, always available connection.
How We’re Connected
In the last century, we’ve come to expect to be connected at any hour of the day. We’re no longer able to leave the office at 5PM and expect a semblance of privacy. Oh no, those days are long gone. Read more...