Problem-Solving

Assessing Your Strengths as a Change Leader

Great change leaders balance skills across four domains: Vision, Process, Relationships, and Problem Solving. It’s the well-rounded change leader who is best able to navigate constant change. While it’s common for some leaders to have areas of relative strength, focusing too heavily into one or two of these domains often means the others atrophy and …

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We work with organizations, innovators, and entrepreneurs changing the world. We help them take big, high-impact ideas from start to finish, build the organizational culture and alignment necessary to enjoy the journey, and lift up their capacity and the capacity of their teams to lead and thrive in their most vulnerable moments.

The Well-rounded Change Leader

The leaders most likely to avoid this fate are the most well-rounded ones. They are not the 10 out of 10 visionaries; they are the 7 out of 10 visionaries who are also 7 out of 10 in process, and in relationships, and in problem solving. But this is an unnatural profile—one that requires not only improving in our weak spots, but also often demands that we calibrate against some of our own natural strengths.