The best strategic leaders balance agility and consistency

Today's leaders must strike a balance between consistency and agility. Find out how the right people and processes can help you to achieve that balance.

Harvard Business Review (HBR) explores the traits that make for a strategic leader. And they've concluded that it's the right combination of consistency — and agility.

If organizational leaders are merely consistent, they risk becoming rigid. This can hold them back or cause distractions during times of change. If leaders are too flexible, they can begin to lack the focus and dedication to execute their visions, finish projects, or ensure their teams won’t spiral into chaos.

This article includes a matrix for finding yourself on the spectrum.

Read this short article to help you determine when you might need to think more consistently or agile.

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