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Follow-up: Overcoming resistance to change

Many of you, I'm sure, may have read a previous post on the website which outlined the ways that business leaders can overcome resistance to change. Well, if you have, and you've applied some of what was outlined in the article, I'd love to hear your comments as to how things worked out.

Were you able to convince an employee unwilling to adapt to a changing work environment? Did you get them involved in the process in some way for them to buy in to the concept?

E-mail me or post your thoughts and experiences. It would be interesting to hear what else people have done with regards to this ever-challenging issue.

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