Leaders have been forced to react and respond to a dynamic environment that featured everything from a dismantled supply chain and muted virtual teams to overdue calls for equality, mental health concerns, and an economy on the brink of disaster.
Well, that was fun. How do we go beyond?
Leaders can’t just flip the switch and resume their previously scheduled path to success. And the way forward? It’s filled with unclear and competing priorities, contradictions in what customers want and expect, and a workforce that’s completely divided on why they work and where they work. How do leaders inspire, inform, and prepare their people and organizations for that?
Now what? Prioritize growth.
Yes, that means financial growth, but it also means personal growth, organizational growth, and systems growth. The growth of new communities, new processes, new environments, and more.
Great challenges always create great opportunities. And this opportunity is a once-in-lifetime chance to reinvent and re-energize yourself, your team, and your business. So don’t go back to where you were. Go forward to where you deserve to be.
Too challenging? Don’t worry. You’ll grow into it.