Patience is often described as a virtue, while impatience is seen as a character flaw, and something that you wouldn’t aspire to. However, when you are leading change, impatience – the restless kind that isn’t content to just sit back and watch – can be really helpful.
Established organisations that are looking to adapt and thrive need leaders who are ready to lead the change. I write about this in the latest issue of CEO Magazine. Read my full article here.