Lessons from a long hike!
We often talk about change being a journey, so I thought it might be fun to pull some change lessons from a real journey.
My son Lance hiked the Decalibron this past weekend. The 10-mile hike summits four mountains over 14,000 feet. The elevation gain for the trip is 3444 feet. This is a really challenging hike, and the temperatures were near zero when Lance started out. In our discussion of the hike, he shared a couple of things that apply to leading change:
I love strategic action cycles because all three of these requirements are built into the process.
Do good and be well,
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