Writing in The Churning I have been thinking about the way in which leaders design and manage change.
They use the insights they have gained over time to design a change programme for the organisation. They then implement that plan, giving everyone who participates in it their own personal experience of what change is about. These experiences then become the insights that each leader uses to plan their next cycle of change.
This is another instance of The Escher Cycle, applied this time not to strategic advantage but to leadership. It seems the applications of The Escher Cycle go deeper than I realised.
You can read more about how The Escher Cycle applies to self-reinforcing leadership advantage here.
You can read more about my second book The Churning, tools for leadership in times of change, here.