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Reflect on a time when a supervisor or professor announced a change that you, the worker/student, did not want to adopt. what were the reasons for your resistance to change? was the supervisor/professor able to overcome your resistance? if so, tell what he or she did. if not, tell what he or she could have done that might have been successful.

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