“The pain you feel today is the strength you feel tomorrow.”
“I think it is important that we rebuild an atmosphere of forgiveness and civility in every aspect of our lives.”
~ T.D. Jakes
“She stood in the storm and when the wind did not blow her away, she adjusted her sails.”
~ Elizabeth Edwards
“Resilient People immediately look at the problem and say ‘What’s the solution to that? What’s is this trying to teach me.”
As Leaders, we are often called upon to solve a problem, find a solution, rebuild a path, change the atmosphere and create direction. We often find a broken wing! And without recovery, the broken wing cannot mend and it will not find the pieces to rebuild and resilience is out of reach.
However, the current story only sets the stage for the development of a long term strategy for growth, efficiency, fairness and solidarity. When an organization comes to a standstill, people experience a loss of some kind. There is often anger and a feeling of loss of control. It is a leader’s job to enable the organization to find solutions, help people get involved and encourage people to be part of the solution. And the path to recovery, basic human kindness rebuilds hope. Good leadership can help an organization rise above and beyond personal fears and doubt. Building trust draws out the resilience of people and therefore the resilience of an organization.
When you put your trust in BMG and the good will of our associates, we bring the qualities and values of resilience to your project. And in no time, the path to recovery will emerge and the organization can rebuild and flourish.
Written by Deborah Lavender, BMG Senior Consultant
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