How to Start a Movement

How to Start a Movement

By Discovery Lean Six Sigma

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In his TED Talk, Derek Sivers explains that, contrary to popular belief, the leader of a movement isn't as important to making change as the first follower. The first follower is what transforms a "lone-nut" into a leader. Using footage of a half-naked dancing man at a music festival to illustrate his point, he emphasizes that his easy-to-follow steps to starting a movement can be used in any situation—particularly the workplace.

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By: Tim McMahon
Posted: August 2, 2017, 10:00 am

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