Quick Guide to the Four Temperaments and Change: Strategies for Navigating Workplace Change
“Examines what people must do to successful navigate change and provides strategies and tools to assist.” The booklet then introduces temperament theory and “delves into differences in the way each temperament tends to experience and react to change. With these individual differences in mind, readers can recognize more specifically what they need to make a change occur as smoothly as possible.” - page 1.
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