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Deep Change Summary

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Deep Change SummaryDiscovering The Leader Within

You know what they say “Be the change you want to see in the world.”

How many of us act on this advice? Most probably very few.

But waiting for changes takes you nowhere. In the following summary, we will tackle the subject of organizational change, and how you need to be the one that adopts it before it can become an overall practice.

Who Should Read “Deep Change”? and Why?

If you are someone who knows a thing or two about business and cares for its company enough to try to find ways to change it for better – then “Deep Change” is the book for you.

If you are just doing your job, earning money, and not caring about creating a lasting career in your organization, then maybe you should find something else to read.

But for those who decide to read this book, we promise you a thrilling and emotionally challenging experience, which will lead you to identify the reasons you resist change and what you can do about moving from the status quo you and your company are in.

About Robert E. Quinn

Robert E. QuinnRobert E. Quinn is an author, a professor at the University of Michigan, and a member of the World Business Academy. He has over 20 years of experience of working with executives managing organizational change.

“Deep Change Summary”

You, just like anybody else, have thought about change, or you have even undergone some change.

However, the change that most people think about when they talk about the need to do things differently is incremental. In other words, people focus on changing specific details which they feel they can alter over time.

Very rarely do people think about “deep” change?

However, you cannot escape the need to shift some aspects of your life at some point, or another.

Deep change is not easy. In fact, it can even be painful.

It requires you to give up all your notions of the world and to thoroughly reexamine the ways you live your life and do your work.

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