One of the things leaders and organizations often overlook when implementing organizational change and transformation is that the change occurs at the speed of the slowest person to traverse the change curve.
Change is external to the team member and is situational. However, the transition is internal, unique and psychological for each team member, which causes them to traverse the emotional states on the change curve differently.
Leaders are in the business of making changes within their teams and organizations. To do so effectively, they must lead the transition intentionally. Leadership can't force their team members through the change curve, but they can lead them through the transition by creating a well-thought-out change plan to communicate and engage them throughout the entire process.
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