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Speak Up or Stay Stuck: Get Your Voice Heard When Fast and Forced Change Happens in the Workplace

Pam Marmon

Your company is changing, whether you like it or not. As a manager, you are expected to make that transformation happen, yet you feel voiceless, unseen, and unrepresented.


Change is not the enemy. It's inevitable and it could be the key to your success. In Speak Up or Stay Stuck, forward-thinking change management expert Pam Marmon unpacks a practical framework for implementing organizational change while ensuring your voice is heard. Finally: the key to amplifying your message without jeopardizing your job.


In this refreshing, radical approach to organizational change, you'll discover how to communicate with senior leaders while effectively advocating for yourself and your team. Reclaim control and ownership of your work, grow your organizational change resilience, and find new ways to thrive when fast and forced change hits your workplace.

Book Details

  • Publisher: Lioncrest Publishing
  • Publish Date: May 9th, 2023
  • Pages: 154
  • Language: English
  • Dimensions: 8.00in - 5.00in - 0.33in - 0.35lb
  • EAN: 9781544542027
  • Categories: Management - GeneralLeadershipOrganizational Development

About the Author

Marmon, Pam: - Pam Marmon is the CEO of Marmon Consulting, a change management consulting firm that provides strategy and execution services to help companies transform. From executives at Fortune 100s to influencers at all levels, Pam helps leaders achieve lasting organizational change with minimal disruption. Pam is the bestselling author of No One's Listening and It's Your Fault, a book that equips leaders to get their message heard during organizational transformations. ​She is also the creator of the LESS change management framework. Pam and her family live in Franklin, Tennessee, and chase adventures wherever the road takes them.