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Prepare Your Employees to Handle Permanent Change

Assist your employees by giving them a sense of control

I've been thinking about the question of change that sticks more in the past two months than I have in the past 20 years. Because pandemics have a way of focusing attention on the few things that matter to people.

The impossibility of predicting something in the early days of a fluid and complex environment is not preventing many from trying. Much of the current research I've read suffers from availability heuristic, confirmation bias and small sample size, for starters. Feel free to add the biases you've observed from this list.# That's mostly because what people say and what they do tend to have gaps.

If you could send yourself a letter from the future, what would you say? You'd probably take the long view and recognize how the future exists across a spectrum. This is the reason why I'm contributing to a crowdsourced global research project to have the spectrum in full view of what's not everyday life, and make sense of it.

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