Managing Yourself Through Change

May 2001

by Edward Poll, J.D., M.B.A., CMC

  • Learn all you can about your organizational changes. Read industry information to anticipate changes in your own organization. Always think bigger picture.

  • Break old habits such as the route you take to work, which hand you brush your teeth with, or write with your non-dominant hand. Learn to regularly get uncomfortable so that when a bigger change occurs, you are used to the discomfort of little things.

  • Develop and implement specific stress management strategies in your life to lessen the impact of the stress that change often brings: Watch what you eat and drink. Get the sleep you need in order to feel rested. Exercise regularly.
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