Difficult economic climates create the need for significant change in many firms, yet also make such changes more challenging to enact without perceptions of injustice and damaged morale. Especially in such times, effective leaders have to understand and manage the underlying psychology of employees' responses to change. In this video, Joel Brockner, the Phillip Hettleman Professor of Business at Columbia Business School, provides research-based insights on how leaders can enact change at different managerial levels.
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About the researcher
Within the broader field of organizational behavior, Professor Brockner is well known for his work in several areas, including the effects of organizational downsizing...Read more.