Our Iceberg Is Melting

Kotter, John P.; Rathgeber, Holger
February 2006
Leadership Excellence;Feb2006, Vol. 23 Issue 2, p11
This article offers a leader's guide to helping people and organizations better deal with change. It recommends leaders to create a sense of urgency, presents information logically to change people's thinking, create experiences that can change how people feel about a situation, changes in feeling can lead to a change in behavior.


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