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Reduce the decisions and increase positive interactions

  • Be mindful of micromanagement by reducing the decisions you are taking as a leader. 
  • Create and encourage platforms of stakeholders to come together, opine, debate and take decisions for all of them. 

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MORE IDEAS FROM The Secret of Adaptable Organizations Is Trust

  • Be more flexible about how your workforce wants to achieve the targets. 
  • Give them guidelines and allow them to stray off to the unknown. 
  • Simple but unique steps taken by each one will add up to achieving the larger goal that the organisation is seeking. 
  • This idea that complex goals can be achieved through coming together simple and small steps with unique properties is called emergence. 

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  • Do less to achieve more. 
  • Most organisational leaders adopt the 'take control approach. 
  • They overlook the fact that the best people to rely on while administering change are the ones who are going through the change themselves. 

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• Most organisational leaders adopt the 'take control approach.

• They overlook the fact that the best people to rely on while administering change are the ones who are going through the change themselves.







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Common Mistake on Trendiness

Many companies often don't allow themselves to go where the trend is or are unwilling to adapt to the times because of its newness.

There are multiple reasons as to why this happens:

  • There is a lack of self- or situational awareness;
  • Poor communication;
  • Undecided / unclear decisions;
  • Having pretentiousness or a big ego; and
  • There is a lack of accountability

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You seem to be doing the right things. You and your team are working incredibly hard and making progress, but you can’t help thinking: is this how it’s supposed to be? It feels like no matter how hard everyone on the team tries, we never get ahead of our problems. And we obviously need some kind of breakthrough

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