When a disruption is introduced, it may not be received well — at least not initially, but it can lead to improvements that are well worth the risk, says Anthony Guerra.
We can’t control the fact that bad things will sometimes happen under our watch. What we can control is how we react and work to remedy the situation, says Anthony Guerra.
With every request, leaders must weigh the potential benefit against the cost to the organization, says Anthony Guerra. And if that risk is minimal, the right choice is to give your key people what they want.
The ability to keep your strategy on track, even if things take longer than desired, demonstrates a patience that can separate the good leaders from the great ones, says Anthony Guerra.