people/process/outcomes – or maybe you found yourself withdrawing and avoiding making decisions. We all deal with fear in different ways. It’s important to know what your back-up style to fear is; as it may not bring out the best in you to really rally in tough times.
To identify what you do when you are fearful – think back to a time when you felt overloaded, stressed, scared, overwhelmed. Describe that time, identify how you related to others and if possible ask them how they would describe that time…what felt right – what didn’t. Did you become quiet, controlling, rude, impatient, depressed, avoiding, indecisive…what words described you.
How is your fear response different from when you are gliding? Key is knowing what needs to be in place for you to have ‘gliding leadership ’. So that you make the effort to adjust – and move out of fear and into gliding formation