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5-Step Guide to Realign After Disruption

Get your team back on track and reengaged at work after organizational shifts.

If Something is Hurting Your Organization, Address is Immediately

At the end of the day, no matter how difficult it is to address, if something is hurting your organization you have to address it immediately.

Whether it’s in your personal or business life, the longer you hold on to something that’s hurting you, the harder it is to let it go. You can’t ignore the signs, red flags, or your instincts. When there is an issue, there is no time to waste, you need to take care of it right away.


There are 3 Quick Ways to Address Your Issue:

  1. Admit that you have a problem! Though it seems obvious, too many of us have a tendency to sit on our issues, let them fester and they only grow with time. The first step in addressing an issue is to admit that it’s there. Then you can work through what you can do about it to make your business or your life a little bit easier.
  2. Brainstorm ways to fix the situation. If you’re not looking for ways to rectify the issue, it’s just going to make it worse later. Does it involve a change in staff? An adjustment to your policies? A change in location? Figure out the best ways to address your issue so you can get on the route to rectify the situation.
  3. Implement it! Once you’ve identified the issue and your solution, you must implement it immediately. And it’s very important you do it in a way that insures it never happens again. You must be solid on your solution so you are never have to the same mistake twice!


The process is very simple. But too often, many of us are too scared to begin with just admitting there is an issue. You don’t have to live with a bad decision if you have the power to change it. But you have to put in the work to make the change immediately, once you’ve addressed the issue.

The last thing you want to do is ignore it. It will only fester and rot or expand and become much more obstructive than necessary. That’s why, the second you realize there is an issue, it is imperative it gets addressed right away. That’s the biggest and bravest step to take. Once its out there, it’s easier to brainstorm ways to fix it, and how to implement those solutions for future success. You can’t just sit on the problem and wait for it to go away. You must address it immediately and your organization or personal life, will be eternally better for it.

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