In your personal or professional life, breakdowns occur. When I say breakdowns, it includes problems, disruptions, challenges, chaos, misfortune, disaster, etc. When it comes to business, in many cases, the larger the goal the larger the breakdown. If you’re a leader, the way you handle those problems can dictate the culture of your enterprise. And that can affect your company’s ability to succeed.
If you typically shy away from big problems, leadership may not be appealing to you. A big part of leadership’s job is to handle and correct major disruptions. Perhaps if there were no problems in the world there would be no need for leadership. Since businesses are constantly growing, it is likely people will have to accomplish something they have never done in the past. On that new path, there will be chances to encounter challenges that have not been faced by people in the organization.
At first, new challenges can appear insurmountable. Depending on the complexity of the disruption, it could be analogous to a two year old learning to tie their shoes for the first time. In some cases, staff and management will have to use existing resources and problem solving