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I’m amazed at the epidemic of firefighting that has taken over organizations. Stretched organizations are asking people to do more with less and to maintain or grow the business, yet these same stretched leaders and their teams are really managed by the daily fires that take over. Leaders may have a plan for the day, week, month or year but fires seem to pop up daily. When we get really good at firefighting then everything seems to be a fire and then we become reactive employees who are controlled by the constant onslaught of crises, problems, issues and exceptions. The focus then shifts, making it impossible to lead under these conditions. To break this pattern, consider both sides of this dilemma: the symptoms that lead you to the firefighting trap and ways you can change to take back control. Symptoms of Firefighting
How to Shift (back) to Proactive Leadership
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