The first step is to eliminate one of these paths (acceptance, change, or moving on), and then focus on the client’s first choice of the remaining two. When this is a group decision, a key discipline is to require each member to share their thoughts, and to remind one another that they cannot perpetually delay the final decision in fear of how to execute it. If one member of the committee is not ready to move on, then that person must engage as a champion with the full support and collective accountability of the group.
Our goal is to help our clients build team confidence and act on a clear path to minimize wasted time and effort. The best way to save a struggling person or initiative is to engage with decisive commitment, support and collective accountability. We are here to help you do the right thing, in the right way, at the right time so you can make a difference.