We all think we’re experts at effecting change, managing change, being change agents. We can do this for employees and organizations with one hand tied behind our backs. Right? But what’s it like, exactly, to change our own lives? How does nailing a personal goal inspire us as individuals?
Matt Cutts is a Google engineer who has something to say about the value of making small, sustainable changes. And increasing self-confidence. And achieving goals. And not letting the next 30 days fly by with nothing accomplished. If you’re a leader, you’ll want to give these 3 minutes a shot. Then think about the goals your team could grab in the next 30 days.
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For more about becoming a change strategy steward, check out the Advantage solution, Leading Change (pdf).
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