The process of continuous improvement doesn’t come without peril. The biggest risk we face: Determining what we believe about ourselves.
Improving anything means failure, or at least the appearance of such. Moving projects forward, developing new skills, building partnerships – growth – each require the ability to withstand a force that consistently informs you: You’re not good enough.
But, you are. And as leaders, the key is ensuring we, and those we’re responsible for teaming with, know it.
What evidence will you celebrate with your team that proves: We can do this. We’re good enough.