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Create Urgency, Not Emergency

Too often, leaders find themselves rushing to address after-the-fact emergencies, rather than driving proactive performance urgency.

Urgency is a positive state that enhances performance, and CEO’s need to aid its creation.

Why businesses need urgency

There are three primary reasons that urgency is needed in any business.

1. Competitive pressure
If a manager is unable to keep forward movement at an urgent pace, it might never be…

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Carl is a business psychologist and leadership development expert who focuses on the development of high performance leaders. www.leadershipconsulting.com

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Carl is a business psychologist and leadership development expert who focuses on the development of high performance leaders. www.leadershipconsulting.com

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