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Common Thinking Errors Dealing with Change Series: Week 5

Playing the Game by the Old Rules Last week we ended by suggesting the pain of adapting was nothing compared to the pain of not adapting.  This is basically postponing tough times in exchange for even tougher times.  Put it … Continue reading

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Common Thinking Errors Dealing with Change Series: Week 4

Last week we talked about the roadblock of stubbornness in change.  We focused on redirecting our energies and embracing change. This week, we are moving on to #3 on our list….the not so appealing “pity party”. Posted on a wall … Continue reading

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Common Thinking Errors Dealing with Change Series: Week 3

Last week we looked at the stress created in “change” and who’s responsibility it is to manage it.  We cautioned against getting derailed in the faulty belief that it is management’s responsibility to manage our stress. It is ours and … Continue reading

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Common Thinking Errors Dealing with Change Series

I was speaking at a conference recently and during the Q&A I was asked how I thought a company could get their employees on board with change.  I was specifically asked which “change model” I advocated. There are countless change … Continue reading

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