It doesn’t matter how much we want or need the change, or the benefits we see, letting go is uncomfortable. It’s helpful for leaders to remember this when initiating organizational change. Leaders are often surprised by employees’ unwillingness to let go, even when they believe they are initiating a change their employees wanted.
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Are you feeling the pressure of so much to do and so little time? What do you do when you feel this type of pressure? Do you set more goals, and initiate more changes in effort to get more things done? Ironically the more changes you initiate the less change occurs in their organization. There […]
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