From my experience in leading change and teams the average person does not understand their role in the big picture and I advocate for watching the big stuff and sweating the small stuff because it allows for innovative growth.
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Transition, Chaos, Change, and Control: navigating that formula is a-little like drinking a lethal cocktail set on fire. To most that maybe a turn off and to a few they see the beauty in the adversity.
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The world to a leader looks very much like a canvas. It may be an empty canvas. Or, it may already have some paint on it. But either way, a leader with no creativity won’t be able to do anything but sit down and play with the colors or existing concept and won’t make any forward progress. In most cases the un-creative leader will try to erase or paint over what had been started.
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