So you want to bring about change but you’re afraid of the pushback that you know the change will create?
Totally understand that.
So you’re tempted to do what many leaders have done. Instead of bringing about the deep or radical change you know needs to happen, you decide to introduce change incrementally.
Rather than remove the furniture you know needs to go, you move it an inch a week, hoping nobody will notice.Sound familiar?
Rather than fire the poor performer, you transfer them to a new position and hope one day they’ll leave.
Rather than kill the programs that need to go, you add a few new ones instead and skirt the real issue.
Rather than make all the changes you know need to be made, you create a 10 year time line, thinking that people will better accept the change the longer you delay.
What’s wrong with this picture?
More than a few things actually. Keep reading