Your Change’s Success Depends on the Whitespace

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Whether it's professional, personal, or organizational, every change is triggered by a decision or an event. When it's a planned change, you or someone else decides to do something differently.  For example, implement a new human resource system, hire a new team leader, or work out regularly.

Use Change Management in Everyday Life

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Practicing change leadership and management can help you navigate both the planned and unexpected changes in your organization and everyday life. In this post, I'll share with you three ways to practice change management to help you navigate unexpected changes in everyday life.

Three Blind Spots When Launching a Change

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There are many ways to categorize organizational changes and change initiatives. We can categorize them on the basis of intentional or unintentional. For example, the implementation of that new payroll system as part of your strategic vision would be an intentional change. Setting up your entire workforce to work from home due to a global pandemic would be unintentional or unanticipated change.