Change Requires Leadership

September 16, 2013 2 Comments

Leadership and change are absolutely inseparable. You can’t have real change unless you engage in the process of leadership. Likewise, you are not really involved in the process of leadership unless you are intentionally focused on some type of substantive, transformative change.

change requires leadershipReal leadership and the relationship it requires spends as little time and effort as possible “coping” with change. Those involved in the process of leadership continually ask themselves “what is the best course of action we can take to improve our workplace?” They don’t wait to be invited or forced to change, they self-authorize in order to advance their shared purpose.

If we are really assuming a posture of leadership, we know it is our responsibility to continually improve our workplace. Let’s get to work on it.

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  1. Shila says:

    Couldn’t agree more! It is crazy how many ‘leaders’ are reactive rather than proactive about change. It doesn’t have to happen to you, you should be involved in the process and taking the reigns! Great reminder, and great message as always, thank you Dr. Simmons!

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    Bret L. Simmons Reply:

    Great points, Shila. Thanks for sharing. Bret

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