When we think of progress, we often think of a forward movement toward a specific destination. However, we must also think in terms that can be measured.
One of the challenges leaders face in making progress is the result of thinking qualitative, rather than quantitative. We have a vague idea, but can’t really determine if we are making progress or not.
Leaders must establish short- and long-term goals that enable everyone to see progress. Here is where we ignite enthusiasm and greater involvement follows.
Get out of the status quo rut and take the initiative to lead from the front.