The behavioral science behind adopting new behaviors

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While some people find change exciting, others can find it be disorienting and intimidating. Convincing others to embrace change can therefore be challenging, especially if your attitude about the change is different from theirs. If the change will have different effects on you as a leader than them as an employee, or if it benefits the company more than the employee, that can cause unnecessary tension companywide. If, for example, your employees work overtime but you still go home at 5:00 pm, or salaried workers have to work overtime but still get the same pay,

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