Organizational Change Need Not Be Drastic

Kitty Hawk Moment

100 yards (~91 metres) was a highly significant distance in 1903. That was the year when the Wright Brothers took their first flight at Kitty Hawk, North Carolina — a flight that lasted just about 100 yards.

Not much, we may say. But it was that very instance that opened up the possibility of an airplane taking off and flying. A breakthrough that’s known as the “Kitty Hawk Moment.”

As a leader, when you are driving change within your teams and organization, look out for those ‘Kitty Hawk’ moments. A team member voicing ideas who is otherwise silent, shifts in energy levels during your meetings, and subtle signs of ownership when a team member proactively solves a problem. There are plenty of indicators.

Your willingness to notice these indicators of change is critical to driving bigger shifts in work culture and performance.

About The Author
Vinod Krishna

Vinod Krishna is a brand storytelling trainer and consultant at DustyPaths.
He brings 3 decades of experience in leading people, projects, and businesses
to forge new paths in storytelling, communication and leadership development.
He is an avid barefoot runner, trekker, theater artist, and photographer.
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