Contrary to how many people view and respond to change in the workplace, it’s been my experience that periods of organizational adjustment typically represent big fat beach balls of opportunity for those willing to pitch in and help.

There’s a good deal of writing and guidance out there for leaders striving to facilitate change … but much less about how those below the deciding lines can leverage these ripe opportunities to advance their interests and show why they merit more attention and investment. If you’re on the receiving end of some uncomfortable professional adjustments, here are a few thoughts to help you seize the day.

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