Change Smart

Feb 22 2010

During the last Presidential election cycle,we heard countless calls for change! Barack Obama supporters rallied behind change we can believe in; Hillary Clinton offered: ready for change,ready to lead and working for change, working for you. In the GOP, Romney pronounced, change begins with us, and Ron Paul aimed to change the world.

Yet seasoned leaders know what matters most is not who draws up the most radical blueprint for change but who can steadily navigate through the change, frequent and far-ranging as it is.

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