Why you need to think critically as a leader

Remember, the internal and external environments are constantly changing. The organisations which react best to these changing circumstances are the organisations who will thrive whatever the conditions.

It’s important to remember certain characteristics which connect opportunities and problems with time: the longer you leave them unaddressed, the benefit of advantages decreases, and the impact of problems increases.

What this means, is that to take advantage of any situation in the work environment, speed is of the essence – you need to spot opportunities and problems more quickly, and take action once you’ve identified them.


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