Recently Change2020 launched the Embrace ambiguity movement. This movement is about firstly acknowledging where your tolerance of ambiguity sits and then taking action to Embrace ambiguity – both at home and at work.

At Change2020 we believe that Embracing ambiguity is an imperative if you are to remain relevant as a leader.  Research also identifies that “leaders who are comfortable with uncertainty and competent under ambiguous conditions might very well provide a competitive advantage to organisations”[1].

So if relevancy and having a competitive advantage are important to you, is it time to jump on board and join the Embrace ambiguity movement.

Joining the movement is simple, the first step is to complete our survey by clicking here to determine your tolerance of ambiguity.

We have developed nine habits that will assist you to Embrace ambiguity.

These are:

  • Take a deep breath
  • Take the reins
  • Focus on what matters
  • Rewire expectations
  • Hatch butterfly moments
  • Open the floodgates
  • Challenge idea killers
  • Be courageous
  • Let go and move on

Over the next nine weeks will be releasing a blog on each of these habits. Watch out for these to build your tolerance to Embrace ambiguity.

[1] White, R.P. and Shullman, S.L., Acceptance of Uncertainty as an Indicator of Effective Leadership, Consulting Psychology Journal: Practice and Research, 2010, Vol 62, No 2, 94 – 104

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About Kerryn Fewster

Our fearless leader has spent more than 20 years working with leading Australian and global businesses in the arena of transformation, leadership development and coaching. When she is not researching, implementing or sharing her mantra of embracing ambiguity, you can usually find Kerryn on an aircraft or beautiful beach.

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