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An intervention at the right moment, with the right degree, and with the right approach can lead to savings (clap, clap), and prevention of future troubles for the organization.
The longer you wait for external assistance, the less control you have of the situation.
The less control you have, the more chances of stagnation and decline in quality of management.
That decline can lead to more personnel problems down the road.
Sitting on the problem or doing it yourself can create an enormous amount of risks, unknown and unidentified.
The leader has to take action and create opportunities for solutions to emerge.
Are you waiting for the problem to surface or are you solving them before it erupts on your face?
Let's face it: it's more expensive to clean up afterwards.
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