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How to Thrive as a Leader During Organizational Change

Posted by  Jaclyn Menendez

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No matter how structured your workplace seems, change is happening every day. Maybe it’s minor, like a shift in project goals, or someone new joining your team. Or maybe it’s major: a promotion, a new supervisor, or even a new company name. Major changes tend to be associated with much more complex reactions than minor changes, and require the guidance of strong leaders. But one of the most inspiring parts about major organizational changes is that every person involved has the chance to be a leader. That’s because everyone has agency over how the change affects them. While you may be looking to your supervisor or the CEO for their cues on how to interpret the news, remember that major change is a chance to demonstrate your own leadership ability. From a psychological perspective, the process breaks down into the following steps:


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