Almost every leader I’ve ever met wants to change something.
If I asked you right now what you’d love to change in your church or organization, you’d probably be able to offer an answer within seconds. Some of you want to change everything. If you don’t want to change anything, you’re probably not a leader. The truth about change is that it’s more mysterious than it needs to be.
Many people aren’t sure how the dynamics of change work, and have seen so many leaders get skewered trying to lead change that they’re afraid to try. Other leaders—unaware of the dynamics of change—storm change so aggressively that they look over their shoulder to discover than nobody’s following.
You can learn how to lead change well.
Leading change requires a skill set. And the good news is that skill set can be learned.
A question all of us face when leading change: What do I actually say when I’m leading change? Say the right thing…and change can happen easily. Say the wrong thing…and plans can unravel in front of you.
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