Do you know the difference between change fatigue and change resistance? They may seem indistinguishable, but they have radically different outcomes.
Resistance is pretty common. You’ll see it in people who are committed to an organization in its current state. You can usually work through it.
Fatigue, however, causes people to stop feeling committed to the organization and start looking after themselves.
“Address change resistance,” writes Kate Nasser. “Prevent change fatigue. Fatigue is a pricey diversion with long lasting effects.”
Source: Kate Nasser.
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