IN BRIEF

Change is a constant in today's workplace, and leaders must learn strategies to deal with change successfully, or otherwise face derailment. To succeed, you must first understand how changes within your organization are affecting you, and then use that understanding to help manage the transition from the old way to the new way of doing things. This transition typically occurs in three distinct phases: the ending, where you accept the conclusion of the old way of doing things; the neutral zone, where you begin to adapt to the confusion of the new way of doing things; and the new beginning, where you accept the new way of doing things and begin to successfully move forward in the new environment. Furthermore, by understanding how you ...

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