A brief article with some useful reminders about the human side of change.
Change is perhaps the only thing one can count on. An organization may make changes to its processes, procedures, structure, or even workplace culture. Some of these changes are quite easy to make while others, like changing the culture, is much more difficult.
Have you ever noticed, when facing adversity, some folks naturally seem to be more hardy, nimble, and responsive, while others get knocked off their feet? Anyone can enhance his or her resilience through commitment, practice, and effort.
Kathy Mendonca is an Instructional Design and Training Specialist for Talent and Organizational Performance (TOP). Her passion is empowering others to create the greatest impact in their area of expertise. Her interests include time and priority management, strengths based research, and building teams.
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