Lean into Change

Faced with change pressures many choose to lean back into active or passive resistance. Active resistance is seen in unions grieving job content adjustments and professionals opposing quality metrics. Passive resistance is clucking disapprovingly while watching work life and satisfaction ebb regardless the color of your collar. Why not lean in and participate in shaping the changes that are occurring in your life and work? Do you know how to lean into change effectively? Can you lead a participative change process for your group, your profession, yourself? Or are you stuck in the BMW approach to change: bitch, moan and whine?

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