It shouldn’t take a crisis to force action, but many leaders seem to operate this way. As a result, a large number of companies are always in a reactive mode and waiting for external or internal stimuli to prompt action. Unfortunately, this type of mindset tends to lead to increased time pressures and higher margin for error. Life and business tends to reward those who take proactive control of their future and penalizes others who yield too much control to other factors. In essence, the sooner you take positive action the higher the likelihood you will navigate whatever storms come your way or even prevent the storms from happening in the first place.
- Proactive or reactive: Should that be the question? (net-security.org)
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- Be Proactive Vs Reactive – Own Your Life (rockchristiancenter.wordpress.com)
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- Proactive vs Reactive (intuitivespiritreiki.wordpress.com)