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What We Know About People and Change

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During times of uncertainty, it is helpful to ground our thinking on what we know to be true. In this webinar, we explore six declarations about people and change: 1. Change is challenging; 2. Change is a process; 3. Change is individual; 4. People do resist change; 5. People do need to understand why; 6. People do need change leadership. We will make connections to today’s challenges and explore actions you can take in pursuit of individual and organizational goals.
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