‘Concern’ is a code word for fear; 3 strategies for overcoming that

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It happens when you are presenting a new idea or suggesting an organizational change. It happens when you are advocating for new DEI initiatives or a professional development opportunity. It might be something significant or inconsequential, but it always sounds like this:

“I am concerned that we have not considered A, B and C.”“I worry that this solution will not achieve our objectives.”“This will never work.”

Author Laurie Cure

Seventy percent of change initiatives fail. This happens for a variety of reasons. Sometimes HR professionals fail to communicate a vision or are not able to gain commitment for the solution to

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