Make it happen

It is a leader's commitment to excellence that often determines the success of their endeavors. But sometimes, such commitment is a liability that prevents progress. This article features one of the world's most-respected and critically-celebrated executive coaches discussing the challenges leaders face when they must relinquish their commitment either by changing their project's original strategies or by canceling the whole endeavor. It concludes by recommending how leaders can avoid getting stuck in projects that have no chance of realizing the original project goals.
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