The change train has left the station. The plates are shifting. You are not in Kansas anymore. Say it however you will, but deal with the reality, the world you once knew is history.

According to former Firefox CEO Gary Kovacs, the current generation of young people spends an average of eight hours online every day. Typical teens send over 3300 text messages every month. Stanford University recently taught an online class with 160,000 students attending.

Can you say change? This week it will be our subject.

As a leader are you embracing change or resisting it? Take a look at your systems and methods. What steps have you taken to ensure you are staying relevant in a changing world?

While your message may never change, your methods better change constantly.

Pick one area of your work, this week, and really assess its effectiveness. Make a list of ideas for possible changes and then try something new. You have permission. All you need is action.

All aboard the change train.

Leadership Begins at Home,

Randy

What is the biggest change you have seen in your field over the past 5 years?

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Author: Randy

Randy is an author, speaker, executive coach, and the CEO of InteGREAT Leadership. He invests his time encouraging leaders around the world.