We have become a bit more familiar with change. Resistance, opposition, denial, and rejection characterize the approach of many when it comes to change, while others accept it.
We often hear that change is bad, but it can also be good. It is safe to say, change is part of our daily existence.
As leaders, our task is to determine the best way to navigate these times of change. Leaders need the following.
1) Growth-mindset: Growth always, and I mean always, involves change.
2) Flexibility: Without knowing when to be flexible, change can be destructive.
3) Discernment: Leaders must distinguish between the negotiable and non-negotiable.