Change-makers are people throughout organizations and society who are unhappy with the status quo and want to make improvements. They do not have to be in position power -- they can be in any role in any situation.
Committed change-makers do not want to wait for other people to affect change. Rather they see themselves as the ones to spearhead change or transformation on small or grand levels. They care about making things better for everyone involved and investing in ideals bigger than themselves.
Committed change-makers are ready to change their own mindsets and upgrade their own skill sets. They do so to become inspiring leaders who respond (vs react) creatively to workplace problems and market uncertainties. The reward is a more enjoyable leadership and work experience with high-quality collaborative and creative outcomes.
Committed change-makers want to be influential and impactful for two main reasons. First to contribute their best and second, to solve people-related challenges with confidence and poise. It is not about tweaking a process, rather bringing out peoples' best to collaborate and create innovative solutions to market needs. This results in trusting relationships with all people involved. This includes everyone included in organizations and society -- employees, partners, customers, shareholders and citizens. The goal is to align team/organizational and societal processes and outcomes with what is best for humans and Nature.
This video summarizes the existing Legacy Industrial Model Movement that has been in place for decades. Through it we inadvertently developed what can be described as the Magnificent Compression Machine, which creates outcomes unfit for humans or Nature.