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The best way to create new habits is by learning what it feels like to do something. What steps can you take to help leaders/managers/colleagues experience the difference? I have a story of something I did that made a difference in a fairly conservative corporate environment. I think I should share in a post -- making a note of it.

My philosophy is "work with", it's more long term.

Valeria, This post really hit home with me. Question: As a communicator embraces change as you describe in the post, how can he/she manage clients (leaders, managers, etc.) to accept interaction? The traditional way is to make the business case, but I'm thinking that just beginning to change the habits without high profile announcements may also be a good way to go.

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