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Part 2: Foundational Principles of Inclusive Change Management

What does it take to manage change inclusively? Pacing, listening, and trust.

Drawing on personal experience and organizational development theory, Former Partner Jakob Wolf-Barnett discusses the foundational principles of inclusive change management.
Illustration of a woman giving a presentation to two coworkers — Inclusive Change Management - Part 2: Foundational Principles of Inclusive Change Management

Discover why:

  1. You need to go slow to go fast.
  2. Listening differently requires perspective-gathering, not perspective-taking.
  3. Opening doors counts more than inspiring words.

Leaders who know how to manage change well will be set up for success in the future. Download this thought paper today if you want to ensure you have a long and successful career.

Inclusive Change Management - Part 2: Foundational Principles of Inclusive Change Management

Part 2: Foundational Principles of Inclusive Change Management

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About the Author

Jakob Wolf-Barnett

Former Partner

Jakob Wolf-Barnett has designed and led organizational change projects in education, retail, non-profit, and professional services organizations, focused on technology, process and culture initiatives.

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