In today's competitive environment, managing continual disruption is a skill required of most leaders.
It is said that Change Management is the new management. That is why it is key to do it effectively the first time around.
During the change management process as leaders, we have to guard against change fatigue; the exhaustion that comes from excessive change.
According to an article in Harvard Business Review, change fatigue is one of the most common reasons for failure. It typically occurs when multiple changes are implemented at once and fail simultaneously as a result.
"Most people have the will to win, few have the will to prepare to win." - Bobby Knight
Being successful requires hard work and preparation. You will never be successful if you are not willing to put in the effort required to reach the top.
“In a time of challenge, you need to find ways to move your organization past its threshold, past its limits, to do things that you and your colleagues couldn’t do before.” — Art Kleiner
This is not only true for businesses but for you as an individual as well. It is during these times when we find out what we are really capable of. You are always stronger than you think!
'A great player can only do so much on his own." - Phil Jackson.
In a good team, there are no superstars. There are great players who show they are great players by being able to play with others as a team.
According to Deloitte, people now rate the "opportunity to learn" as among their top reasons for taking a job. *
If we want to stay relevant in the world of business and life, adopting a growth mindset is not a luxury but it is indeed a necessity. You have to believe that your most basic abilities can be developed through dedication and hard work – you have to love the idea of learning and growing.
*(Source: Deloitte 2019 Global Human Capital Trends)