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Tools & Methodologies

Slow Down. Find Better Solutions.

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As change practitioners, we are expected to have answers. When we don’t, we work hard—and quickly—to find them. The problem is, when we do, it is unlikely that we are [...]

Change and Emotion

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As a profession, why do we approach major change rationally? We create the “case for change,” articulating all of the reasons that maintaining the status quo is not viable, and [...]

Learning from Failure. Really!

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There is no doubt that we, and the leaders that we serve, will make mistakes. As change practitioners, learning these lessons from Google can serve us well.

Taking a “Both/And” Approach to Strategy Execution

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In Good Strategy Execution Requires Balancing 4 Tensions by Simon Horan and Michael Connerty (Harvard Business Review” https://hbr.org/2017/11/good-strategy-execution-requires-balancing-4-tensions), the authors provide important insights for change practitioners and the leaders with [...]

Lessons from Leadership Neuroscience

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The 4 Brain Superpowers You Need to Be a Successful Leader, According to Neuroscience by Leigh Buchanan may be written for leaders, but its lessons are important for us as [...]

More No. Less Yes.

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Author Greg McKeown makes a habit of saying “No.” In Essentialism: The Disciplined Pursuit of Less, McKeown lays out a sound rationale for saying “Yes” less, and for focusing our [...]

Is “Holding Space” in Your Change Toolkit?

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As Lynn Hauka, the author of The Sweetness of Holding Space for Another says, holding space is something that each of us is capable of, and something that each of [...]

Survivor’s Guilt

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When was the last time your change plan addressed the fallout of a reorganization? What about the drop in quality and productivity that we all know accompanies major change? Gwen [...]

What Does The Trust Meter Say?

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In case there is any doubt, a culture of trust is vital to the work that we do as change practitioners. You may be able to drive short-term, looking-over-the-shoulder compliance [...]

The Science-Business Mismatch that Puts Your Change at Risk

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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 [...]