"As you ask about common change challenges that most clubs are facing, it is that they are ill-prepared for change in the first place ... they are not prepared to process change in a sequential manner."
In this interview, GGA Partner Henry DeLozier shares his view on how club leaders can create and prepare for change - referencing the need for a clear-cut set of intentions that describe the club's plan for change and how the club's leaders will go about implementing it.
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