"change management" Archive

Finding Your Strengths in the Unexpected

We have all experienced incredible amounts of change throughout the past year, particularly in our workplaces. As you experience unexpected changes in your life and work, it’s helpful to have ...

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Get a Grip: Decision-Making for Decision-Making Procrastinators

Do you often find yourself stuck when it comes to making decisions? If you identify as a decision-making procrastinator, then this latest webinar from our LEARN with @LifeAfterWake platform is ...

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How to Stop Overthinking Everything

Be honest: do you overthink everything?

For most Wake Foresters, being a perfectionist is a common struggle! We want to get things right, make the best decisions to position us well for the ...

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How to Enjoy the Process of Decision-Making: Tips from a Recovering Decision-Making Procrastinator

By Katherine Laws (’20), Wake Forest Fellow in the Office of Personal & Career Development

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Have you ever felt paralyzed by decision-making? You feel like all you need to do ...

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Want to Transfer to Another Job Within the Same Company? Here's How to Actually Do It

If you find yourself wanting to change to a new position at your current company, it can feel like you’re wading through murky waters. You may be wondering how to navigate an internal hiring ...

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