What's friendly about change? Not much. Change produces stress, which produces resistance, but it doesn't have to be that way.With the Change-Friendly Leadership framework, leaders will learn to engage people's head, hearts, and hopes to achieve lasting, effective change in any organization.
That's the promise on the cover of the just released book, Change-Friendly Leadership.
And it's the promise the author, Dr. Rodger Dean Duncan, delivers on in his book.
In the interest of full disclosure, Rodger is a friend of mine. So I'm biased.
But I've also read most of the best-selling leadership books of the past 30 years. Change-Friendly Leadership is among the best.
It's based on sound human relations principles, not gimmicks or manipulation. You can feel good about following its principles.
It's practical. You can start implementing immediately.
It's reader friendly. Clear messages, clarifying examples, engaging format.
Bottomline: Buy it. Read it. Implement it. Enjoy the results.
Here is the Official Launch website