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Know your thought processes

Know your thought processes: Handling Workplace Change as an Employee
Know your thought processes: Handling Workplace Change as an Employee

Four types of people have likely reactions to change, which may need to be resisted or avoided. These are the analytical person – uses lots of detail but is not good at deciding what to do; the controller – sees the big picture and stays detached; the enthusiast –overreacts one way or the other and is not great at planning or fact gathering; and the amiable – feels hurt, worried, or not good at taking risks.

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