My most successful clients have learned how to strategically, bravely, and thoughtfully lead their organizations, guide their customers and business partners, and adapt to changing circumstances.

1. Create Clarity.  What is the nature, extent, and likely impact of the change at hand? In addressing new circumstances, what is each unit, department, team and individual expected to contribute? What are the new rules of engagement?

2. Provide Context.  Why is this happening, and why now? What are the reasons, goals, vision, desired and anticipated outcomes of change?

Read the full article and discover two more ways you can help your organization thrive in times of significant change in my guest column at Life Science Leader .

Tell me, in which ways have you been brave lately? And how do you encourage risk-taking across your organization? Email me your replies or questions about courageous leadership.
To your continued success!

Dr. Liz