Inside Change: How to use emotional intelligence to facilitate change inside organizations

  • Massimiliano Ghini
  • Joshua Freedman


What do you think of when you hear CHANGE? Excitement? Anxiety? Frustration? Exhaustion? Almost certainly you have some feelings about this loaded topic and even people who thrive on change acknowledge that it’s incredibly challenging. And it’s accelerating.


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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.University of BolognaBolognaItalien
  2. 2.Six SecondsCorralitosUSA

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