Last week a group of non-profit leaders from elder-serving organizations met here, and one thread that ran through our conversations, was begun by my colleague Audrey, who said that she was increasingly aware in leadership development work that “results are not immediate.” Results come in their own time.
Her words have stayed with me, particularly after watching the closing ceremony of the Rio Olympics. How long people trained to compete at that level! The amount of practice to develop that level of mastery. The quality of coaching. The support of family, friends. “The results are not immediate.”Read More