Change Agents

Lopez, Laura
March 2009
Leadership Excellence Essentials;Mar2009, Vol. 26 Issue 3, p17
The author emphasizes the need for a leadership bailout plan and to become a change agent who provides the tools for coping with, adapting to and improving a new reality. She says the ideal plans motivate others to achieve results during new and difficult times. Also noted is the importance of earning trust, if leaders are committed to making positive changes. The five transparency rules that a leadership bailout plan should include are outlined.


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