Radical Centrist Podcast: Rebels at Work – Lois Kelly

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Lois Kelly

Wayne D. King

By Wayne D. King, Radical Centrist

Creating Change From the Belly of the Beast

Can you be an effective Change Agent if you aren’t at the top of the corporate ladder?  

And answers that question with a resounding yes.

Few of us get to start at the top of the corporate ladder. Yet many of us have good ideas that could create real and positive change in the company where we are hoping to move up the ladder. But creating change when you don’t possess the “portfolio” of a member of upper management can be very intimidating – even terrifying. After all, those with a portfolio have some degree of protection built into the system. But if you are – perhaps just getting your feet wet – you may find yourself on very slippery ground in trying to bring about change. 

“Creativity is a renewable Resource,” says Lois Kelly. If you’ve had one good idea, you are bound to have others as well. Take those ideas and make them REAL.

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