FAST COMPANY: What is the first step in getting your team on board with a new idea or strategy?
RYANN LOFCHIE WAYNE: Hi, I'm Ryann Wayne, CEO of the Frontier Project, and the first step that I take to get my team on board with a new idea is present all my ideas really early. What that does is it allows them to kill the ideas that are really bad, but the one's where there's something in it, it means that I haven't thought it all the way through yet, which means that I can assemble a team around it, and get a vast majority of people's inputs on what they think of it and how to create it into something that's really good.
What is the first step to getting your team on board with a new idea or strategy?
CEO of The Frontier Project, Ryann shapes the philosophy and drives the strategy of the firm while wrangling a global-class team of interdisciplinary talent to deliver high impact programs for clients. Passionate about learning, Ry ensures that our work breaks formulaic approaches to raising human performance while also ensuring that corporate responsibility and profitability work hand-in-hand for our clients. As she guides her firm at a growth rate of over 50%, she counsels clients seeking similarly ambitious goals.