Discover the transformative power of listening to your emotions, expanding your cultural awareness, and working more positively and collaboratively in Reframing Change. This captivating book will guide you through a series of practical steps to help you:
- Test assumptions and unlock the wisdom of your emotions
- Clear negative emotions and foster a positive work environment
- Initiate change in your workplace and beyond
Through engaging stories illustrating research-supported principles for self-change and influence, Reframing Change provides you with skills to make a profound difference. Unleash your potential and become the leader you've always wanted to be.
“For those of you who are tempted to pass this book off as another "self-help" publication that's born of someone's personal philosophies and ideas, you will appreciate the meticulous research that the authors uncovered and used as the basis of their principles for reframing change in the workplace, and in our lives.”
"As a coach and a consultant, helping individuals and organizations successfully negotiate changes, large and small, is an integral part of my work, so I’m always delighted to find useful tools. Reframing Change goes to the head of my short list of books that make it easier to negotiate the white water of change."
Dr. Susan R. Meyer
"The learning process used in the book is immediately engaging. Each chapter is based on vignettes of discussion between one of the authors and a client or student. These are easy to understand and follow, and provide an immediate application ofthe concept being covered.”
About the authors
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President and founder of Leading Consciously and Professor Emerita at the University of Houston. As a consultant, researcher, and educator, Jean focuses on leadership in multicultural organizations. She co-authored Reframing Change: How to Deal with Workplace Dynamics, Influence Others, and Bring People Together to Initiate Positive Change.
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Professor of Management at Texas Southern University, an historically Black university, for nineteen years, retiring in 2009. She has published three previous books: Reframing Change (Praeger), Teaching Diversity (Jossey Bass), and Preparing Professional Women for the Future (Graduate School of Business Administration, University of Michigan).
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