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1. Acknowledge your feelings-
Most people admit that they don’t like change and that’s okay. Just remember, sometimes change is just what you need for personal growth and professional advancement.
2. Focus on the facts- Find out as many facts as possible before you freak out. If your team is expanding, perhaps there is a new growth opportunity for you. New Manager?
Who knows, this could be the manager who helps you elevate your career.
3. Be the change- make it work for you.
Change in the workplace is inevitable. Instead of allowing change to stress you out, choose to be positive and find a way to show off your leadership skills.
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