Changes in our lives and work are often unexpected and sometimes planned. In either case, success depends on the ability to generate behavioral shifts that will maximize the positive benefits from the change. Easier said than done!
You may have heard about the importance of “why” and suggestions to actively communicate the benefits of change. If people understand the purpose and benefits of a particular change, then we could logically assume that they’d align with it, right?
Yet, look around you. Even aware of the benefits, how many people actually follow a healthy lifestyle? How many of you have noticed
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