The idea that people resist change has become so embedded in the way people talk about change that it is often the first thing leaders think and talk about when an employee doesn’t immediately accept or embrace a change they want to implement.
Yet, that language and thinking often creates the resistance leaders want to avoid.
I recently addressed this issue in an article entitled “What do I do when they won’t get on board? “3 Questions Leaders Need to Ask About Change”. It was published in HR.com and I wanted to share it with you.
You can check it out below.