Effective CHANGE MANAGEMENT demands HIGH Emotional Intelligence, agree?

The following great emotional intelligence insight has been adopted from Travis Bradberry’s book Emotional Intelligence 2.0

Instead of making a change and expecting others to just accept it, take time to explain the why behind the decision, including alternatives, and why the final choice made the most sense. If you can ask for ideas and input ahead of time, it’s even better. Finally, acknowledge how the decision will affect everyone.”