Consider the stages of change and what is required of a leader at each stage
Read:
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For DISCUSSION POST:
After reading “Leadership Styles for the Five Stages of Radical Change,”
Consider the stages of change and what is required of a leader at each stage.
Using your current industry locate an example of a recent –OR– current disruption and discuss how you (as a leader) –OR– another leader close to you lead through the change.
Was it effective –OR– not?
Why –OR– why not?
What did you learn about leadership from this experience?

***Note: Please include in-text citations and references.