How to define change for your workers

09/23/2009 | BNET

When you tell your employees to "challenge the status quo," be sure they understand what you mean. The phrase means different things to different people, and it can be seen as permitting anything from risky behavior to contrarian attitudes. Instead of encouraging workers to challenge the norm, share with them your goals and keep your focus on customers, Steve Tobak writes.

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