Choosing Change: How Leaders and Organizations Drive Results One Person at a Time

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Choosing Change: How Leaders and Organizations Drive Results One Person at a Time

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Most businesses fear change and wait for a crisis to ignite action; few consider change a normal component of operations. Our world is volatile, complex, and ambiguous. Fear is an innate mechanism that protects us from dangers, including physical and social change. However, businesses and individuals that use change as a staircase to improvement, not a fire extinguisher during a disaster, have a competitive advantage.

The Five D’s outline how change occurs:

  1. Disruption: The external stimulus that creates an opportunity for change.

  2. Desire: What the organization hopes to achieve.

  3. Discipline: Small consistent steps gain momentum.

  4. Determination: Resilience in the face of adversity.

  5. Development: Continuous improvement for an organization and its employees.

Leaders that embrace change understand how the Five D’s operate on an individual and organizational level.

“When the disruption occurs, it takes courage to choose to change.”

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