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More Turbulent Change by Peter Garber

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Chapter 3

Fight or Flight— Decide on Your Strategy

In This Chapter
  • choosing a fight or flight option
  • how to let go of the past
  • organizational change self-assessment
  • logic or emotion choice exercise
  • the optimum balance exercise

Organizational change brings with it many potential career changes. Some of the changes you control and some you do not. The good news is that the overall impact of the change and its implications for your career are still largely in your hands.

Essentially you have two choices: fight or flight. Fight means you commit to accept change and find ways to survive. Flight means you don’t even try to adjust to the change and you choose to leave the organization instead. In many cases, flight is an acceptable decision if you ...

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