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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Change agents are people whom farmers trust and interact with regularly.
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To take on the role of change agent is to face questions such as:
So, how do we elevate our game from being simple change agents to leaders of transformational change?
The following sections will (1) provide an introduction into the emergence of role of the change agent, (2) discuss the implications for agents of change or stability, (3) discuss the need for anticipating how people will be affected by change, (4) provide some tools for change agents, and (5) discuss more specifics on being a change agent in organizations.
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Kotter also warns that the cardinal rule of the change agent should be "Whenever you [the change agent] let up before the job is done, critical momentum can be lost and regression may follow" (Kotter, 1996).
The father-of-three said: "The change agent training is intensive but fascinating.
This is a $2,000 paid internship for a student who 1) wants to be an effective change agent in a society based on meat, 2) is motivated to use knowledge gained from the internship to make a significant impact within their world and beyond, if possible, and 3) could not participate in this developmental effort without a little financial assistance.
Choosing Joy At Work: Learn The Process Of Being Happy And Living More Fully by Roger Wyer (consultant, coach, and change agent to small business and nonprofit organizations) is an innovative and practical approach to a happier, more satisfactory working life.
Yet, even as he cut an upward swath through one of the most bureaucratic and tradition-bound behemoths in the corporate world, Hogan became known as a change agent.