REAL ACHIEVEMENT WILL COME TO THE LEADER WHO IS CAPABLE OF BEING IN UNCERTAINTIES, MYSTERIES AND DOUBTS WITHOUT IMPATIENTLY REACHING OUT TO FACT AND REASON TO SOOTHE OR DISTRACT HIMSELF.
A leader often expresses his creativity through a controlled free association of ideas.
Learning to manage change is important for learning to lead.
Passionately, a leader galvanizes his people with his ideas and philosophy in an effort to create or recreate the culture of his organisation. The culture born out of his ideas evolves into a cause embraced by the entire organisation for the actualization of the vision or goal.
For a vibrant organisation, the leader must continue to learn, to evolve, to adapt and to adjust to external change. It is crucial for him to embrace growth triggered by his experiences in office. The leader who is capable of being in uncertainties is the leader who is ready to learn and evolve in effectiveness.
The leader is hardly satisfied with the status quo; he continuously strives to embrace higher and higher octaves of effectiveness. Frequently, he lets in wisdom by painful experiences and reflection. Obstacles provide leaders with a good opportunity to learn.
There is nobody more accomplished than a leader who has survived several challenging experiences and tests. Being comfortable with ambiguity and endless questions helps leaders to grow. Thus, a leader who is capable of being in uncertainties opens up new vistas of creativity for himself or herself, the people and the organisation.
Real achievement will come to the leader who is capable of being in uncertainties, mysteries and doubts without impatiently reaching out to fact and reason to soothe or distract himself.
An effective leader boldly shepherds his people to obstacles, so that they can recognize them for what they are, surmountable challenges that sharpen their focus and offers them an opportunity to fail and garner lessons for enduring success. From there, they continue onwards to actualize their vision.