4 steps new leaders should take before making changes

07/9/2013 | SmartBrief/SmartBlog on Leadership

New leaders shouldn't rush into action, writes Jennifer V. Miller. Unless a company is about to go broke, it's better to take things slow and to make sure that workers feel included and valued. "Regardless of the specific actions taken, by watching, asking and offering hope, there is now a foundation built that the leader can use to build a successful change effort," Miller writes.

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