Not Every Problem Is Within Your Control
A leader must sometimes extract herself from organizational challenges
Before you climb a mountain, you want to do some exercises first.
Obvious advice for any would-be alpinist, but the same applies to anyone working in a dysfunctional organization.
The problems facing the organization may seem as impossible to solve as it would be for a out-of-shape couch potato to climb Mount Everest. And when that feeling sets in, change seems impossible and so people disengage.
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