Pursuing mastery in the workplace can take several forms. It can refer to an extraordinary competence, related to technical excellence or subject matter expertise. Under this perception, masters are those who have the highest level, a “state-of-the-art,” understanding and technique in a given discipline. There is a compulsory set of specific skills to be learned and applied.
In a highly competitive, dynamic market, encouraging the pursuit of mastery should be sustained as a factor of culture. Exceptional leaders understand that everyone has the potential for mastery, an awareness that can bond an organization together. Matthew May says it well: “It is not enough that we become the best at something, we must become the best for something.”
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