Tuesday November 24, 2020

With change, the why means more than the how

31st December, 2017

We are in a constant state of change. Most of that change is so imperceptible that we don’t even realise it occurs until we look back several years and notice its impact. Sometimes we are faced with the need for drastic transformational change, both personally and professionally. It is this change that often causes a range of mixed reactions – especially when it involves others.

In both cases, intentionality plays a critical part...

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