By Maria Collar, SIOP Blogger
As a leader, there is absolutely no way that decisions can be made without experiencing a healthy dose of anxiety. Undoubtedly, there will always be times in which the decision of “should I stay or should I go” will become the crucial moment in everybody’s career. Indeed, my various roles as a leader have been permeated with the dubious uncertainty of knowing that “if I go there will be trouble and if I stay it will be double”. However, it is precisely at moments like these when true leaders take possession of the biggest tool available in their arsenal, themselves (Covey, 1990/1991).