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Alhassan Sulemana, Teacher, Ghana
It is very important to recognize that the most powerful resistance does NOT come from those who openly disagree with you. For such people you can easily ague it out with them and know where the process need to be fixed or maintained. The most powerful opponents are those who sit there and say nothing. They are the biggest challenge because you don't know where they are. All they do in meetings is to nod their heads in affirmative, saying OK, fine, good. However, they go back to their units and do nothing. (...) Read more? Sign up for free

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  ALICE CHIBUYE CHABATENI, HR Consultant, Zambia
 

Dealing with Hidden Resistance to Change

Change is inevitable and it will always come with mixed feelings, embrace the resistance to change by welcoming all critics and embracing all those you feel are your opponents and those who disagree with you, be open, because they might have the best option.

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Dealing with Hidden Resistance to Change

@: yes, and if you openly embrace any critical tho (...)

  Jagdish B Acharya, Consultant, India
 

Openness is the Key to Getting Acceptance by Opponents

When openness is shown to opponents, the process o (...)

 
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