management today

Leading in a field of tension: you are expected to provide stability without being sure yourself; there are often only old solutions available that no longer solve the new problems that arise; there is a lot of experimentation done, but no time to learn from it; many questions come from those below but also from those above; predictions for years ahead are expected, even though you can only sail on sight.

Leading within this field of tension means: understanding interrelations, recognising patterns, supporting or changing them; making use of the knowledge of many and working together to develop the best solutions; establishing a good contact with yourself; finding an internal navigation system for orientation and personal alignment, as well as having the willingness to reflect on and question both yourself and the situation.

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