Managers often feel they need to know all the answers – this isn’t possible in leading change. It might be better to consider a new set of questions to gain the answers.
We are often told to see problems as ‘opportunities’, and certainly they can be if approached correctly, but how practical is it to you in your everyday life to be told this whenever a problem arises.
What you want is to solve these problems. Once solved you can move on. Here are some useful tips on how to shift your approach and mindset so that solving problems gets easier each time.