6 strategies for coping with change when you’re not the boss


Think about everything that’s changed in your workplace over the last 12 months. New faces. Fluctuating targets. Evolving processes and strategies. Maybe even the scope of your role and the skills you’re expected to bring to the table. Little wonder thought leaders have declared ‘change’ the new ‘business as usual’.

Part of being a leader is dealing with organisational change - steering the troops through uncertain times and uncharted territory. But how do you cope with change when you’re not the boss, and the decisions affecting the future of how you work are being made...

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