Quiz: What's Your Style of Change Management?

Posted by Mark Murphy on 02 February, 2017 Change Management, Leadership Skills, Quizzes | 1 comment
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  • Ed Muzingo - February 29, 2016

    Taking the test as the position I hold right now. Should show that I can only do and go so far. I have no real authority to set major goals. They are set by management. I give the goals to the newer people on the floor, knowing they will try. The older people on the floor I find that we have a few that doesn’t care about their job. The few that do care, still have the feeling that management doesn’t see it. Whether I let them aware that I have let management know what has been accomplished or not. They sometimes will get set back a little due to the ones that truly doesn’t care about their job. How is the best way to handle these types? Is what I would like to know.

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