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Highlights from the Hult TweetUp on Leading Change

Posted Jun 06, 2013 by Hult Labs

Early this morning (or late in the day, depending on your time zone), Hult Labs grabbed a steaming cup of coffee and welcomed Professors of Change Management, Adam Carstens and Steve Hurley, to Hult’s first-ever Tweetup on leading change (#leadchange). Both professors tackled some burning questions on how to lead change effectively, what matters most, and why failure can be a really good thing (Professor of Marketing Ben Hart chimed in, too).

If you missed the exchange, fear not. We storified the Tweetup so you can catch up on some Tweet-sized pearls of wisdom—and trust us, you don’t want to miss it. Employers have told us that change management skills are essential in today’s ever-evolving workplace, and Professors Carstens and Hurley boiled down some critical elements for you to keep in mind—whether you are a newbie or have some experience leading change. So if you are about to launch a change initiative, or are currently part of one, check out the transcript. And if you’ve got some additional questions, leave a comment (below), and we’ll get you some answers.


#LeadChange Tweetup

Photo courtesy of Marsmetn Tallahassee.

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