Is Too Much Change Changing You? Northeast Ohio Coach/Consultant shares Keys for Change Resilience
02/05/2020

Here's a Sneak Peek into a recent article helping leaders and their people bounce back from change. Learn tips for change resilience to weather change well.

Online PR News – 05-February-2020 – Ravenna – The thought leadership of Noelle Akins, Chief Visionary Officer of Akins & Associates, LLC and longtime resident of Northeast Ohio, is featured in the January/February 2020 edition of Training Industry Magazine. Her article, "Five Keys to Building Change Resilience for You and Your Team," empowers leaders and their teams with actionable approaches to weathering a world of non-stop change.

“The speed of change is reaching an all-time high. But studies show that it is not the amount of change that creates most challenge--it is how we are led through it that can make or break us. If you want to weather change well, strengthen your ability to bounce back.” Even if one is not in a formal position of leadership, Akins notes “you can lead yourself by stewarding your mind and emotions. Change does not have to change us for the worse.”

The article shows how exerting control over small areas and cultivating a culture of care for those around you can make a world of difference. Check out "Five Keys to Building Change Resilience for You and Your Team for information on how to inoculate you and your team against burnout and navigate the change curves that life throws you.

A change leader with 20+ years of experience in the fields of learning, leadership and change management, Noelle Akins has coached leaders to implement these principles in R&D, manufacturing, services, non-profit and higher education settings. An alum of Baldwin-Wallace Conservatory of Music & Ashland Seminary, Noelle is a licensed counselor and serves as a consultant with Avaap helping organizations manage the people-side of organizational change. Her company, Akins & Associates, LLC, helps leaders and teams get more of what they want in life through coaching, training and innovative programs like Type A in a Healthy Way(SM). See www.TypeAHealthy.com for more information.