Stop Fighting Change - Lead Your Change
Here are the top five areas each of us can lead change:
See Possibilities in Everything
Barriers, obstacles, and strained relationships are opportunities to lead change.
Don't succumb to the status quo. Think about opportunities differently.
Ask, What's Possible?
What is possible for you personally, in your career, and for your personal impact? "What's possible?" is a very powerful question that should be asked 5-10 times per day!
Act with Urgency
Don't let opportunities to lead change just drift. Don't wait for things to happen, make them happen, no matter where you are!
Change is continual, even more so today than ever before. We can't rest on our past achievements or the opportunity to lead change will be missed.
We don't have time to fight change. If you will focus on these five Leading Change elements each day, your impact and personal growth will be greatly enhanced. Just try it for one week.
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LeaderShift is not a traditional leadership book that lectures instead of teaches. This book is a compelling fable that allows you to eavesdrop and learn how one leader built a successful team. You will discover a practical framework that will help decrease turnover, improve job satisfaction and improve your bottom line.
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