Helping Leaders When Their Perspective Needs to Shift

This article by David Hudnut and Adam Pearson is a repost from Training Industry.

Leaders in this situation have greatly expanded their capacity to handle complexity and ambiguity.

Leaders sometimes face challenges that, with their current thinking, they find insurmountable. The problem may be sudden and unexpected, like a serious illness or natural disaster. It may be a slow-building crisis, like a marriage failing over time, the exhaustion of backbiting competition or workforce dissent. Or it may be challenges of success, like the emptiness of material excess, alienation from children, or slowly waking up to one’s complacency in the face of humanitarian or ecological devastation.

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About Charles J. Palus & David Magellan Horth

Charles J. Palus & David Magellan Horth are Senior Fellows at the Center for Creative Leadership. Many thanks to Steadman Harrison III, CEO of GO, and Senior Associate for the Center for Creative Leadership.
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