He goes on to add, "Leaders and change agents can be liberated by dropping the mask, accepting that there is no simple program, that change is necessarily unpredictable, and that everyone will need to learn and grow through the process. This acceptance removes the weight of unrealistic expectations and enables everyone to channel the energy previously spent posturing, pretending and politicking into an authentic dialogue about the commitment and disposition required for an effort which will inevitably be harder, longer and riskier than anyone would like."
Basically change requires risk. Risk to ask questions that might feel "stupid". Risk to listen instead of charge on. Risk to be totally honest about the challenges so you can overcome them. Are you ready to take a risk in the interest of creating a better, more productive, more profitable workplace?
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