Change Better: Survive and Thrive During Change at Work and Throughout Life

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Agate Publishing, Nov 1, 2010 - Business & Economics - 160 pages
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Due to the economic crisis, organizations are accelerating the dramatic changes they're making in the way they run their businesses. Employees, faced with these rapid and often undesirable changes, need help — and so do the organizations they work for. If change is going to be a constant in people’s lives and the number and type of changes are going to happen faster, it is imperative that people develop the ability to live in this constantly changing world without feeling like victims, but rather like partners in the changes they face. Change Better is about how to develop the critical skills and tools necessary to cope with change at work and in one's personal life. These skills and the tools that go with them help people gain control over the changes in their lives. Jeanenne LaMarsh shows the ways in which readers can help themselves to change and the ways in which they will be able to accept, deal with, and maximize change with the greatest speed and least pain.

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Jeanenne LaMarsh is founder and CEO of LaMarsh and Associates, a consulting company with associates around the globe which has served organizations small and large (including AT&T, Ford, and Allstate) for their change-management needs for more than 30 years. She lives in Chicago.

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