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The “Last Mile”: Making Organizational Change Personal

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Change happens one person at a time. While change planning emphasizes engaging and communicating with various constituencies and stakeholder groups, we ultimately need to ensure that each individual moves successfully [...]

Do More. Do Smarter. Chuck the “To Do” List.

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How many items are on your “To Do” list? How many of these lists do you keep? It may be time to tear them up, or delete the digital versions. [...]

What Type of Change Leader Are You Serving?

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In his book Leading at the Edge of Chaos, Daryl Conner offers a set of change leadership archetypes. The Anti-Change Leader: Recognizing the disruption that change causes within an organization, [...]

A New Application of an Old Model

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In this TED talk Martin Danoesastro asks, “What are you willing to give up to change the way we work?” He begins with a video of a flock of hundreds [...]

Change and the Three Brains

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As a change practitioner, how often do you listen to your three brains? Neuroscience research has shown that we each have three fully functioning brains. Our head (cephalic) brain is [...]

Is Your Sponsor a Change Leader?

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Leadership isn’t about what you say. It’s about how you show up, what you do, who you are. In this online post, The Five Principles of Change Leadership, June Bradham [...]

When Leaders are Undermining Change, What are You Doing About It?

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Leaders don’t always get it right. In fact, sometimes they get it all wrong. In his Harvard Business Review Article Three Ways Senior Leaders Create at Toxic Culture, Ron Carucci [...]

The Millennial Boss

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You may or may not have a millennial boss. But, as a change practitioner, it is likely that you are working with millennial sponsors. In either case, “What Everyone Needs [...]

Communication Lessons from a Leader

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There was a time when leaders thought that successful change management meant a well-developed and executed communications plan. As change professionals we have always known that there is a great [...]

Are You a Passionate Practitioner?

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How passionate are you about your profession as a change practitioner? How passionately are you practicing your craft? As Jeff Wolf writes in Work Passion is Today’s New Discipline, “the [...]