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The Benefits of Being Adaptable - business.com
Do you start each day with the mindset that you are prepared to handle whatever might happen that day? Or does the prospect of experiencing unexpected events or circumstances leave you feeling anxious and insecure? Adaptability is the personality trait that helps determine how you respond to change.

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Adaptability

Adaptability is the personality trait that helps determine how you respond to change. It’s composed of flexibility (your willingness to change) and versatility (your ability to change). A...

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Valuable To Your Employer

Adaptable people are open to new ideas, and don't need to follow traditional ways. They're able to anticipate changes and don't panic when things don't go according to plan.

Ada...

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A Better Leader

A Better Leader

Adaptable people excel as leaders, earn the respect of their peers, inspire those around them to embrace change, and helps to facilitate even the most unanticipated transitions.

Unlike...

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Happier And More Satisfied With Life

Our ability to have life satisfaction, to be happy and to have good relationships depends on our ability to adapt.

Being adaptable means not feeling hopeless and helpless in the face of chang...

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Career Transitions

Being adaptable can mean less time looking for work, and less stress as you tackle your new job search tasks.

You stop procrastinating and do what it takes to get a job. You're also mo...

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Bounce Back Quickly From Adversity

Bounce Back Quickly From Adversity

Adaptable people take adversity in stride, adjusting their thoughts and expectations to suit their new reality, instead of dwelling on "what could have been."

Being adaptable means you...

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Adaptability

... is a combination of flexibility, your attitude and willingness to adapt, and versatility, your ability to adapt. 

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Traits Of The Highly-Flexible

  • Confidence: belief in oneself and one’s own judgement and resourcefulness.
  • Tolerance: acceptance of opinions and practices different from one’s own.
  • Empathy: ability to understand and somewhat share the feelings and thoughts of others.
  • Positiveness: having a positive attitude.
  • Respect for others: sincere desire to understand and consider other people’s choices, commitments and needs in relation to yours.

Traits That Undermine Flexibility

  • Rigidity: “It’s my way or the highway.
  • Competition with others:I’m smarter, prettier, etc., than you.
  • Discontent: “No, I don’t like it this way. Why can’t we…
  • Unapproachable: “Don’t bother me unless it’s worth my time and you agree with me.”
  • Difficulty with ambiguity: “Let’s nail this down right now.

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How To Be Adaptable

How To Be Adaptable
  • Stop whining. Learn to accept the situation, adapt to it, and move on. 
  • Don’t mindlessly believe that something is ‘wrong’ and must be avoided. 
  • Disc...

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Digital leaders don’t have to do everything themselves, but they must be able to spot the areas of their organization that need improving. Moreover, they need to be able to hire an...

Adaptability

Sudden changes in the industry can disrupt the status quo, potentially derailing the success of your organization. In these situations a leader must remain flexible and adaptable, ready to make the quick decisions that can keep the company on track with minimal negative impact.

Risk-Taking

Putting speed and innovation ahead of tried-and-tested business practices often makes leaders cautious. However, in a fast-changing world, the only strategy that is guaranteed to fail is not taking risks.

For a start-up, the risks can be even greater but innovation is impossible without risk. And if you can’t take risks, you may not be cut out to be a digital leader.

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