One Basic Tool for Success

We live in a time of immense change. It is pervasive and permanent; there are no safe havens from change. Our best and most productive response to this situation is to be adaptable and flexible to be able to effectively handle ambiguity. This is only possible when we have a clear sense of self-worth and a broad set of skills in areas beyond a narrow technical specialty. It is also incumbent on the individual to obtain these skill sets. If you don’t seek out occasions for growth, no one else can or will do it for you.

Building habits that create this capacity are one tool for success. One habit – or process – that is particularly useful is the PEDL model. Here's a link to more about PEDL...

http://www.ceomag.co.za/#!the-pedl/cvch

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