The Consultant and the Millennial #3: Why Change is So Hard, and What to Do About It

Often when there's a change in leadership or another significant shift in an organization, there's a wave of excitment from some, and fear from others. Whatever the initial reaction, the other shoe tends to drop, usually about eight or nine months after the shift. 

Haydn calls this a "change wave." Like an earthquake in the ocean that reults in a tsunami, it takes time for the wave to build up momentum before it hits land and causes damage. 
In this episode, Haydn and Seth discuss how to anticipate the change wave, and how to work though the inevitable conflict and loss of productivity that accompany the wave hitting your organization. 

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