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So far Tracey Osborne has created 18 blog entries.

True Leaders

By |Categories: Building Personal Impact|

All too often as change practitioners we find ourselves unable to establish the influence we feel that we need with leaders. When this happens, the tendency is to melt into [...]

The Science-Business Mismatch that Puts Your Change at Risk

By |Categories: Academic Insights, Tools & Methodologies|

As Daniel Pink says in this TED talk (The Puzzle of Motivation), there is a mismatch between what science knows and what business does. And that mismatch puts your change [...]

Quitting is Leading Too

By |Categories: Building Personal Impact|

You may be surprised to learn that this is a quote from Nelson Mandela; he certainly isn’t known as a quitter. For the most part, those of us who serve [...]

Coaching as a Change Practitioner, With Jessica Bronzert

By |Categories: From the Field|

Summary: In this episode of the Change Management Review™ “From the Field” Series, Managing Editor Brian Gorman interviews Jessica Bronzert. As CEO of The Sparks Group, Jessica focuses on Executive [...]

Prosilience: Building Your Resilience for a Turbulent World

By |Categories: Books, Building Personal Impact|

As change practitioners, we all know that some people are more resilient than others and that the dynamic world in which we live and work is putting more and more [...]

3 ways to avoid “silent assassins” when implementing technological change projects

By |Categories: Community Contributions|

We’ve all seen the reported statistic saying that “70% of all change projects fail”, and whether you buy into this statistic or not, it’s fair to say that technology implementation [...]

Organizational Change and Gordon Ramsay?

By |Categories: Community Contributions|

It’s true that Gordon Ramsay has great recipes, the best ingredients and cooking utensils. However, give me these same things and I don’t instantly become a great chef.  Yes, Gordon [...]

What You Can Learn From Under Armour’s Billion-Dollar Coup

By |Categories: Building Personal Impact|

Paul Petrone This LinkedIn post begins with the story of how Nike lost Steph Curry as their sneaker ambassador…and how Under Armour signed him and rose to become a major [...]

Facts Don’t Change People’s Minds. Here’s What Does.

By |Categories: Building Personal Impact|

As change practitioners, we spend a great deal of time trying to get people to change their minds. We challenge sponsors and leaders to think differently and to act in [...]

What is the Gig Economy, and What Does It Mean for Business Owners?

By |Categories: Profession|

It is estimated that the number of freelancers and independent contractors will more than double to 7.6 million workers by 2020. No industry is protected from this dynamic shift in [...]