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I need help with Leadership in changes management. Particularly in improvisational, relational, dialogical and

emotional dimensions of your leadership.

I plan to write about below 2 times, does this answer any of the leadership style (improvisational, relational, dialogical and emotional dimensions of your leadership?)

Point 1: Communicating the change

An integral step in managing change is communication - the change must be communicated

effectively to the entire organisation

emphasize the importance of emotions in communicating change

Point 2: Use stories to lead

Another important skill I have learnt and intend to apply is the use of stories. . I intend to use stories to win over both upper and lower echelons of staff.

This is the assignment requirement:

You are asked to write a carefully considered plan for the next steps in your own leadership development. This plan should start by analysing your specific developmental needs based on 2-3 critical incidents drawn from your practical experience, which highlight events or situations where a different leadership approach might have been more appropriate.

 In particular, think about the improvisational, relational, dialogical and emotional dimensions of your leadership work.

Reflect on what alternative actions might have been available to you in each critical incident - this is an opportunity for you to think creatively about your own leadership practice.

 Now, standing back from these specific details, identify what types of development might be useful to you. Finally, articulate your plan - be specific, set yourself measurable, but stretching targets within an achievable timeplan. How will you know when your plan has worked? 

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