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Change Agents are not all from the Same Mold
A absence of quality leaders is making the global pace of change a challenge for many organizations. Minority professionals can fill the gap, but organizations need to be willing to lay the groundwork to allow their staffers to be successful change agents across global organizational spaces. This involves looking at the competencies that make good change leaders, aligning those naturally suited leaders to the global cultural and strategic needs of the organization, and building a culture of accountability and responsibility around change.
,b>Identifying Potential Change Leaders
Discovering top change leaders within your organization is not a magic act. Instead, to find good leaders in diverse employee pools, you simply have to consider what makes a good leader in a change-oriented environment. With these competencies defined, it is easier to objectively evaluate your talent pool to pull out key future leaders.
Pinpointing these competencies is as easy as turning to the decades of research on change leadership. According to researcher Dagmar Recklies, there are 15 key competencies needed by change agents, divided into core categories of action management:
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