Art of Leadership: Change is the only Constant

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Art of Leadership: Change is the only Constant
It’s been said that “Change is the only constant.” Why is that true? As the leader of your organization, discuss how would you prepare your organization to face and survive change?
The saying that “change is the only constant” is absolutely true. Especially in the twenty-first century change is happening at an incredibly rapid pace. New technologies are emerging on a daily basis and these changes affect the ways in which we communicate with one another, have access to information, and make decisions in our lives. Even the idea of earning a degree online is fairly new but has made an enormous impact on those who can take advantage of such offerings.
As a business owner and leader it is very...
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.....es them, and what their larger goals are in life helps to assist them in reaching their true potential.
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