Understanding and Addressing Personal Loss

Most significant change is seen as loss.   Our roles and responsibilities, the work group we’re part of, those we interact with, our work space – are all part of our identity.  When change disrupts these things, it affects what gives us our identity at work.

William Bridges in Surviving Corporate Transition identifies six kinds of loss that can be associated with organizational change.

 
 
 
 

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