Slow and Steady

Leaders encounter many dimensions that concern the future of any organization and they must make decisions that often alter direction.

A slow and steady approach to decision making and implementation is beneficial for several reasons.

1) Leaders have time to think through angles impacting the development of the project.
2) The consequences of decisions can be considered before enacting the plan.
3) Generally speaking, a thorough approach that legitimizes the direction and buy-in from others is more forthcoming.

Effort to take a more slow and steady approach on the part of leaders develops a strong credibility to the demands of leadership.

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