Leadership and Responding to Ambiguity

Tuesday, March 26, 2019
5:00 PM - 6:00 PM
CSU 245

Leaders can’t control all circumstances or have all the answers, so they must be able to respond to uncertainty and the unknown. Being able to adapt quickly, change direction, and move forward with limited information is necessary when leading. Understanding and accepting that as a leader, plans may change or need to be altered with newly presented information, will help relieve anxiety while leading through uncertain times.

If you attend, you will leave the workshop with:

  • An understanding of how to respond to ambiguity effectively
  • A greater value placed on being able to respond well to ambiguity
  • A new motivation to respond effectively to unpredictable situations

As a result, we hope you will find yourself responding to unpredictable situations by adapting your plans at the last minute, shifting gears as new information is presented, and/or moving forward with limited information. RSVP in Engage.

Contact

Leadership Board
LeadershipU@mnsu.edu

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