Tag Archive: Change

Vacillation or Agility

Changing organizational-direction may feel like instability. Worse yet, some may think that leaders that adapt are weak. The end result is uncertainty among the troops. Uncertainty drains vitality which leads to disloyalty and… Continue reading

Transformation

Over time, organizations may harden like arteries. They stagnate unless they are motivated to transform. Frequently, entrenched organizations need a crisis to begin transforming. For example, an economic downturn may unnerve leadership enough… Continue reading

Confident-humility

In his new book, Good Boss, Bad Boss, Robert Sutton explains, “Wise bosses have the confidence to act on what they know and the humility to doubt their knowledge.” ***** It’s a myth… Continue reading

You want something new but you’re afraid

Yesterday I had a conversation with a person who longs for something more than what they are currently doing. They feel trapped. Current responsibilities wall them in. They fear taking a leap into… Continue reading

Trajectory

About a year ago a new leader came into my life and things radically changed.  He had a background unique from mine.  He thought and lived and had priorities distinct from mine.  He… Continue reading