Thrive in unclear situations.
Ambiguous situations test a leader’s mettle. Insufficient data, lack of direction, few rules or structure—you can treat the situation as a blank canvas, an opportunity to create, or you can falter in an uncomfortable, sometimes frightening, uncertainty. At one time, ambiguity most frequently affected leaders at the top of the organization. But in today’s business environment, ambiguity is pervasive and affects leaders at all organizational levels. With the right development, you can be the leader who seizes the creative moment rather than freezes with indecision. Learn to handle ambiguity comfortably ...