Don't let success sabotage your team's future efforts

01/10/2012 | Great Leadership

Leaders must guard against letting teams become complacent after a success by introducing them to new challenges and opportunities, John Kotter writes. Appealing to their emotions as well as their intellect to solve a problem, seeking outside input and finding opportunity in a crisis "can be powerful drivers of change," Kotter writes.

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