How Enterprise Training Can Be An Agility Leader

When people hear the phrase “expect the unexpected”, they tend to have two very different understandings. Some people have a natural urge to try to literally expect unexpected events. These over-thinkers try to prepare for an uncertain future by thinking through every possible scenario and how they would respond.

Overthinking the future is rarely as productive as it feels. It’s just not possible to anticipate everything that could happen and plan ahead for it.

The much more productive interpretation of “expect the unexpected” is to prepare yourself to deal with something completely unanticipated. Planning ahead is, of course, important. But you should expect that things probably won’t go according to plan. This understanding of “expect the unexpected” is all about being prepared to respond effectively to a completely unknown challenge.

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