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When it comes to change, we all fall within a range from looking for any excuse to make a change, to being completely change-averse and trying desperately to keep things the same. Between these extremes, most people fall somewhere slightly left of centre. They don’t seek change for its own sake and often need a compelling, convincing argument to make a change.
In a dynamic global culture where change is almost the only constant, it can be frustrating for business owners and leaders when employees and even managers, resist change or appear to need far more information, lead time, and adjustment time than there is to give. An unsuccessful change effort can lead to decreased productivity, morale, and profit – the impact of which can lag on for months or even years …