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Southlake, TX – The only constant in life is change. Successful organizations are agile, embracing change from the C-suite to the mailroom and back. Unfortunately for many organizations today, their culture eats their strategy for breakfast. When leaders and their teams don’t trust each other, don’t actively or intuitively listen, and don’t effectively communicate, organizations struggle to meet their goals.

For over 20 years, Paige Whitmire has helped organizations successfully embrace transformational change. Today, Whitmire is the founder of Cognitive Change, specializing in working with both individuals and organizations on leadership development and embracing change. Cognitive Change partners with trailblazers and organizational executives to improve culture, performance and self-fulfillment through trust, active listening and effective communication, which she refers to as TLC Leadership.

“In an environment of constant change, the core principles of ‘Trust, Listen, and Communicate’ are the basis for building strong leaders and change management practices at any level across industries,” says Whitmire.

Cognitive Change’s mission is to shape and inspire exceptional current and future leaders to reach their full potential through a unique approach that encompasses leadership development, practices in change management and coaching.

“You can have the best strategy in the world, but if the people needed to support the change were not on board, it would never be successful," says Whitmire. "I believe if you adhere to the foundational principles of trust, listen and communicate, you will be successful navigating change in both your personal and professional life.”

For more information on Cognitive Change, visit www.cognitive-change.com

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