You need to change from "Achieving goals is always a matter of hard work, and success is never guaranteed" to "I have a systems-oriented approach and I continuously look for better option" The recipes below nonetheless are still relevant in that reframed context. -By Philippe Mora.
[Thank You HBR | by Rosabeth Moss Kanter 09.20.10]
Getting ideas off the ground can require a power surge. In years of detailed observation of successful leaders across sectors and fields, I’ve seen that getting the credibility to reach important goals comes from uplifting actions that increase five personal and organizational powers.
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ROSABETH MOSS KANTERRosabeth Moss Kanter is a professor at Harvard Business School and the author ofConfidence and SuperCorp. Her 2011 HBR article, "How Great Companies Think Differently," won a McKinsey Award for best article. Connect with her on Facebook or atTwitter.com/RosabethKanter.
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