We love it when the seasons change or when something bad turns into good.
It’s something we dream of as well as stress over simultaneously. We long for moving to the next thing, but it can keep us up at night when it happens to a team we are in charge of.
Change brings insecurity in people.
Yet it is inevitable.
I suppose we could say death, taxes, and transition are all givens in life.
Be it in our jobs, marriages, or in parenting, just when we think we have things wired, life goes and throws us a curve ball.
It keeps us trusting and depending on a God who is bigger than us.
Today, I am guest posting at Dan Black on Leadership, which is a great site on leadership and personal development.
Take a look at my post, 7 Tips for Navigating Transition in Your Team. In it, I explore some simple principles to assist the process of change, especially for those you are leading.
It might take some of the fear out of our own areas of change.
If nothing else it will help us guide others through it. Remember this post the next time the phone rings or the email pops into your box with someone freaking out over the newest transition in their lives.
How about you? Do you like change or dread it?