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Reframing the language of change

Small shifts in the words we use when we talk about change can make a big difference. The way we communicate and engage with others, along with the way we absorb incremental change in our personal and professional lives, is all accelerating and continually being reshaped. This makes it a good time to closely look at the words we use (or over-use) in conventional change management to realign our practice and language to the dynamic nature of the business environment. It’s time to nudge, reframe, and yes…challenge the language. Here’s my top three: 1. Less about resistance, more about response Are we hardwired to always resist change? It’s time to re-visit our assumptions that people will resi

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