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Friday, June 30, 2017

We Ignore Individuality in Workplace Change. That’s Our First Mistake – TalentCulture

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I’ve been told that I’m not the best role model concerning change. To be brutally candid, I agree with the characterization. I tend to balk at the mere whiff of a change — holding on to hope that it won’t come to pass. (Then adjusting my course will not be necessary.) Honestly, it’s a problem. I do come around. However, I need to go through the paces in my own way. As you may have read in this post, many of us can struggle with even the smallest of changes — muddling along until the “new normal.  show all text
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