What To Do With Problems You Can’t Solve

Every company and organization faces problems — or polarities — that simply can’t be solved.

A classic example of this is when a company or organization wants to honour tradition and yet expects employees to be innovative. You can’t have 100 per cent of both.

So what do you do? The answer is this: Don’t try to solve the problem. Manage it instead.

In this week’s video, we discuss some common polarities and offer a free tool to help you deal with them as they emerge in your career.

Download our Leading With Nice Polarity Map.