It was the week-end and there seemed to be more than enough chores that needed to be completed. Poppa and I had been busy all day – yard work, house cleaning, laundry, grocery shopping. Our daughter called and said that one of our granddaughters wanted to “go to “Nanna/Poppa’s house.” We replied that she could come on over and just spend the night.

Changes Workplace

Change is a constant in most workplaces today. Many of us in leadership positions do not have a good understanding of how to effectively initiate those changes. Not because we are poor leaders, but because we don’t always understand our people. Many times employees resist change and/or complain about the change, or their attempts at implementing the change are slow and not up to par. Many times the employee appears to be inflexible.