- Low Priority. We’re too busy and don’t recognize how important clarity is and just neglect it.
- Bad Assumptions. We assume that others see the world that we’re seeing and therefore don’t understand that they don’t have the right picture.
- Unfocused. Some leaders don’t take the time to focus and decide what they want to happen—what success will look like.
- Lazy. Sometimes leaders are too lax in their approach, figuring that somehow it will get done. They think that they can give a few instructions, withdraw from the process, and then one day it will all be completed.
- Fear. Some leaders resist clarity because they fear the responsibility of holding others accountable—which, at times, means being firm and risking “negative emotions.”
Yes, it’s a battle, but gaining clarity is worth…
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