Leaders must remain respectful in the change process

12/20/2009 | BretLSimmons.com

It's best that leaders not force people to accept change but rather attract them to a common goal by treating them with dignity and respect, Bret L. Simmons writes. "Never forget that your intentions toward others is the most important thing that determines whether or not people find you worthy of their trust," he writes.

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