With time, the people you teach will improve. As they improve, you will improve – “a rising tide lifts all boats.” Those you teach will teach you more than what you teach them, and you will feel fulfilled because you made this beautiful world a little bit better.
As a dominant, I have a marked sense of urgency, but I am not as likely to get into the details. As inspiring, I love forming relationships with others and getting to know them, and I can also be spontaneous. Mostly, I am a results-oriented person and am quick to react.
I am grateful for the opportunity I have had as a manager. I have learned and grown so much, even though it was not always easy or painless. I have found no greater satisfaction in my career than seeing others and my company, Celaque, grow.
I had to learn quickly and the hard way, but I did learn. And the more I exposed myself to new projects at work, the more I grew. The same can apply to our companies and with our teams. Even if we have people who have not had practice making decisions, we can teach them and they will also grow.
Sometimes change comes faster than expected, but I’m learning to embrace it. This transition did not happen because I took a vacation, but the time off was crucial in helping me see the change more quickly and fully than I would have otherwise.
Building an organization is like sculpting a piece of marble: you are putting together a group of people that will come together to achieve a set of objectives and create something that has not existed before.