change agent

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change agent

1 a role in which communication skills, education, and other resources are applied to help a client adjust to changes caused by illness or disability.
2 a role to help members of an organization adapt to organizational change or to create organizational change.
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Once you have roped the agent of change into researching and responding to one omitted detail, it will, naturally, lead you to more and more omitted elements of the proposal that need further attention and that will lead naturally into other strategies ("Sounds exciting, but I'll need more details about appropriate policies and what other organizations are doing with this issue.
In addition, the first-ever Federal and State Agent of Change Awards recognize two individuals who have used creativity and initiative to inspire others to investigate new approaches and new technologies during the past year.
Obama's about-face is especially jarring, since he has strived to appeal to voters across a wide swath of the political spectrum by casting himself as a forward-looking agent of change, the antithesis of old-style politics as usual, while portraying Hillary Clinton and, now, John S.
Several years ago, Art Wyatt, then an FASB member, commented that, "What we face is an entity, the FASB, that was created to be an agent of change and a broad constituency that strongly desires retention of the status quo.
The CRF's leadership and active members should all take pride in its role as an agent of change.
Since every Social Power initiative is potentially resolvable, there will always be a person, company or other agent of change capable of resolving the issue.
Education and CNG research are the foundations for serving as an agent of change for the corporate real estate profession, providing in-depth information about current changes in the market which allows members to rapidly capture, package and deploy new business models.
It makes politics the agent of change in place of the supposedly underlying social and economic forces.
The MO team must be the agent of change to improve marketing's credibility in the organization from a fiscal management perspective.
29, 2010 /PRNewswire/ -- SURFER Magazine is proud to announce this year's SURFER Poll Agent of Change Award to James Dunlop (Executive Director of MOF) and Charles Dunlop (CEO of Ambry Genetics), founders of the Mauli Ola Foundation (MOF).
The other Hahn strategy - to claim he is the agent of change - is laughable.