There’s a myth that people don’t like change. But as Margaret Wheatley put it:
"People do not resist change—people change all the time. What people resist is having others impose change on them."
Like people, organizations also change all the time. They can either impose change, which leads to resistance, or they can involve their employees in the change to help ensure buy-in. The needs of employees differ based on personality.
The purpose of this presentation is to help you learn how to include the (sometimes opposing) needs of different personality types in a change management strategy.
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