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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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The report claims that change agents can exist in both the public and private sectors.
Kirk Smith Unlimited & Associates announces the release of Daily Insights of a Change Agent, the first book of the 'Change Agent Insight Series'.
Supports students working as change agents, digital pioneers, student fellows and students working in partnership with staff on technology related change projects
Seasoned change agents have learned to welcome questions as opportunities to reaffirm the purpose for change, to provide understanding and support for those struggling to adjust to what is unfolding, and then to get out of the way of people's creativity and originality as they invent new ways of getting work done.
One of my biggest hopes for each of you is that this becomes a year for you to explore and experience transformational change as leaders in your organizations One of LMA's main goals is to equip you to be transformational change agents through the many educational offerings, idea-sharing and networking opportunities with your ever-knowledgeable colleagues, and the resources available at the annual conference.
Change agents must fully recognize, as Kurt Lewin (1947) initially did, the necessity of stability as a basis for growth.
In this regard, the recent bailout of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac may reveal the kind of change agents the candidates will be, because they clearly will face this as a major issue shortly after they take office -- much as the first President Bush did with the Savings & Loan crisis back in 1989.
The careers of the change agents may be seriously affected.
interim management company, has seen a 25% increase in such placement and says this trend creates growing opportunities for experienced problem-solving change agents.
I'm going to bring in some change agents,'' he said.
Europe's leading excavator manufacturer, Komatsu UK, has appointed two new change agents to boost efficiency at the Birtley plant.