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Leading Change, Part 5: When Your Employees Don’t Want to Change

Even when a change is good for your business, you will have some employees who believe that the change will negatively affect them. That belief makes managing the change a lot harder for you as a leader. To understand what your employees are going through and how to help them manage a change they perceive … Continue reading Leading Change, Part 5: When Your Employees Don’t Want to Change

Leading Change, Part 4: Positive Change Needs Management, Too

From your employees’ perspective, there are only two kinds of change in business. One is when the change is perceived in positive terms. The other is when the proposed change is seen in a negative light. Let’s discuss the first here: positive change. You might think, “If employees see a change as positive, why is … Continue reading Leading Change, Part 4: Positive Change Needs Management, Too

Leading Change, Part 2: Leaders Can Feel Nervous About Change, Too

In all likelihood, your company is undergoing some type of change right now. You might be adding products or dropping them. Reorganizing or rightsizing. Acquiring or divesting. Innovating or expanding. The types of business change are endless; but, whatever the change is, your job remains the same: to lead your people through the change successfully. … Continue reading Leading Change, Part 2: Leaders Can Feel Nervous About Change, Too