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change agentnoun [C]

uk   us   (also agent of change)
HR, WORKPLACE a person or group that works on a change programme: Our change agent has compiled a list of procedures that must change in order for us to achieve our business goals.
a person or thing that encourages people to change their behaviour or opinions: Two important studies have emphasized that students can be change agents in learning and teaching.
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