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Are you leading or following change?

  • Dorothy
  • September 5, 2016
  • Leadership
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It’s funny how myths or urban legend turn into beliefs. These myths cover everything from mysteries to people. Among the stories we tell each, is the story about making Change.   As a Leader, it’s important to know and understand how to Manage Change and Transition along with the myths many people believe. More importantly…

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