How well do you handle change? How well do you do change? Change illustration: write the word attitude Now write the word attitude with the hand that you do not write with

“Don’t take the fence down until you know the reason it was put up.” G. K. Chesterton

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“Don’t take the fence down until you know the reason it was put up.” G. K. Chesterton

4. You place influencers in leadership positions.

Leaders have two characteristics: First they are going somewhere and second they are able to persuade other people to go with them. Surround yourself with people who are moving forward.
5. Check the “change in your pocket”

Every leaders is given a certain amount of change at the beginning of a relationship.
It take “change” to make change.
6. Good leader solicit the support of influencers before the change is made public.

In the multitude of counselors there is safety.
7. Use your meetings to assist in making changes

Have Information items; have Study items (I want us to think about);

Have action items that you are now implementing.
8. Encourage the influencers to influence others informally.

Major changes should not surprise people. A leadership leak done properly will prepare the people for the formal meeting.

Make sure your key leaders have a bucket of water – to put out fires that attack you and a bucket of gas to fire up your ideas.
9. Show the people how the change will benefit them

Assumption: the proposed change is what is best for the people, not the leader. The people must be first.
10. Give the people ownership of the change.

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