If you’re not lucky, you’re leading an antagonistic culture. That means you’re pushing outlooks that most of your people don’t value.
Example: You have a role in a stodgy, family-run enterprise … and your people are itching to take risks.
How can you lead most effectively in an antagonistic culture?
- Hire people who share your outlook.
- Promote activities that people from the “opposing” culture can perform and enjoy, while contributing to your overall agenda.