Recognizing the need for organizational change


In order for change leaders and managers to effectively engage others in recognizing the need for organizational change, they would need to possess effective competencies such as social skills, empathy, cultural awareness, and ethical awareness just to name a few. Such competencies all have connections with multiple types of intelligence. In this module, Hodges explains that change leaders find success when they rely on one or multiple types of intelligence (i.e., cognitive; contextual; emotional; social; cultural; moral; spiritual; behavioral; relational; and political) to lead people through change. When leaders and managers demonstrate a high competency in multiple intelligences, research suggests it can play a positive role in driving change, countering change resistance, and help sustain change


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