Leading Change Reflection

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John P. Kotter the author of the international bestseller Leading Change, created a huge impact from his eight proposed steps required for managing the organizational change of many companies. He, however, decided to follow up with The Heart of Change to focus on the issues that arose from his previous work. With the Heart of Change, he aimed to pay attention to and also resolve the problems that arose from his previous steps. In The Heart of Change, he reintroduced the eight steps required for a successful change in the business, especially large-scale organizational change, urging that the most vital aspect should be to focus on the emotions and feelings of employees which can, in turn, alter their behaviors of employees all through the …show more content…
The surprising news of my daughter’s pregnancy led me to believe that I drastically needed to implement organizational change in my family structure to be able to support the change that sprung upon us and to also alter my family norms to create an organization that was equipped to better thrive and foster norms a new …show more content…
With this course, I have learned the ins and out of how a business can take on organizational change with a credible change manager, like myself. Organizational change can be very shocking, intense and intimidating, however, with the right skills and methods, strategies could be tailored around the workings of the organization to reach the vision. I now possess the knowledge to incorporate a change in my business and daily life

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