The only constant in our work lives today is change. Leaders are going gaga over driving change – creating something new, improving existing things, making things better.
As a leader, if you are not driving change, that means you are maintaining the status quo. The longer you maintain that status quo, the higher the risk. If you become a legacy or more obsolete, something could be disrupted down the road.
Instead of maintaining the status quo, it is far better and far more valuable to figure out what can you improve. What can you create something new? What can you build? And once you figure it, make it happen for the environment around you, for your teams, for your stakeholders, and for your customers.
What are you planning to do today? What are you planning to change today? And how are you going to make that happen?