David Flint, Clinical Professor, Executive Professor for the Center for Executive Development (CED)
“The world is a dynamic place and things change. Accept this.” – David Flint, Texas A&M University
Most of us understand that the world is a dynamic place and that things change. Yet, often times, companies, organizations and the people that lead them are slow to accept or proactively plan for change.
David Flint, Executive Professor for the Center for Executive Development (CED) at Texas A&M University, outlines four key steps to successfully lead through disruption and uncertainty. These include recognizing and accepting that the world is a dynamic place and things change, knowing the external and internal forces that can influence organizations, focusing on the fundamentals, and having an entrepreneurial mindset that seeks new opportunities and ways to add and create value. David’s practical and applicable advice will benefit any leader at any level within an organization of any size.
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