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Managing Frequent Change: Keep Your Head Up

We’ve confirmed that this is going to be hard, so now what? Spend some time identifying your points of challenge or stress and share them with your manager. Make those items known, work toward a solution and move forward. It’s understandable to take some time to adjust to a change but you cannot function well in the middle of frustration. Once you’ve aired your concerns take some action. Create a plan of attack. 

Plan for how you will handle the change internally and then shift your planning to clients, where it really counts.

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