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043: Why Employees Resist to Change and How to Turn them into Advocates

Change doesn’t happen if you don’t understand first why people resist. I’ve seen too many great change initiatives fail just because leaders struggle to understand the causes of resistance and its effect on the implementation. They often underestimate its impact until they realize it when it’s too late. The good news is that resistance can […]

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Why employees resist to change and how to turn them into advocates

Change doesn’t happen if you don’t understand first why people resist change.  Yet, many great change initiatives fail because leaders struggle to understand the causes of internal resistance and its impact on implementation.  Here’s the good news. Resistance can be dealt with if you know what causes it. Why resistance is just a step in

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The warning signs of poor leadership during change

Too many change initiatives fail because of poor leadership. I see this happening too often in organizations when leaders approach change on either the wrong foot or with an inconsistent leadership presence during execution. Based on my experience, I have identified five key warning signs of poor leadership during change and if you spot any

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041: The Warning Signs of Poor Leadership during Change

Too many change or transformational initiatives fail because leadership lacks commitment. Leaders build a vision for change but don’t show consistent interest and involvement during execution. In this episode, I share: Why big announcements about change are not always a good sign What leaders should do after they kick off the initiative The problem with

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