Five Techniques for Overcoming Resistance to Change

Written by Paul Arnold Tuesday 05 March 2019
Maintaining momentum during a change programme is one of the major challenges faced by managers.

In most cases a resistance to change starts with a manager’s own attitude. The notion that managers may be change resistant themselves is almost a taboo issue, but only once they have dealt with any negativity can they inspire others to do the same.

Managers can follow five steps to promote ongoing change at an organisation.

Keep reading to learn more techniques for overcoming resistance to change.


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