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About Brian Gorman

Brian Gorman is the Managing Editor of Change Management Review™. In this capacity he regularly curates articles of importance to our readership; contributes original writing; hosts podcasts; and works with guest authors. For more than five decades Brian has been engaged in—and a student of—change at the personal, organizational, and societal levels. During this time, he has worked with both individuals and organizations (ranging from solo practitioners to Fortune 100 businesses), guiding them through a wide array of challenges. Decades of experience have given him a deep appreciation of the universal patterns that underlie successfully navigating even the most difficult changes. In addition to his work as our Managing Editor, Brian is a transformation coach, supporting both individual and organizational change. Brian is committed to passing his “lessons learned” on to others, so that their change journeys can advance more smoothly. He is a frequent workshop facilitator and public speaker. Brian is the author of “The Hero and the Sherpa,” a chapter in the online Handbook of Personal and Organizational Transformation (Springer Publishing; Judi Neal, Editor). He also has an extensive library of blog posts, articles, and videos on the change journey, including “The Ten Most Important Lessons I Have Learned Over 50 Years of Engaging Change.” Mr. Gorman’s formal education includes a BA in Cultural Anthropology from Syracuse University, an MA in Higher Education Administration from the University of Texas, San Antonio and an MA in Human Relations from the University of Oklahoma. Brian is an International Coach Federation (ICF) certified coach, and is an active member in the New York City chapter. Brian is also a member of the Forbes Coaches Council and the Gay Coaches Alliance.

The Skills of Successful Change Leadership

By |Building Personal Impact, Contributions, Profession|

Peter Drucker wrote, “Culture eats change for breakfast.” As a change practitioner, you have likely been engaged to support “culture change” initiatives in the past. It is also likely that [...]

Why a Change Center of Excellence (CCoE)?

By |Practitioner Resources|

No matter what direction you look, the pace of change continues to accelerate. Whether in the external environment, inside our organizations, or in our personal lives, change is endemic. [...]

Change from the Future: The Merlin Process and Strategy Mapping, with Amie Devero

By |From the Field|

Summary: In this episode of the Change Management Review™ “From the Field” Series, Brian Gorman interviews Amie Devero, author of the book "Powered by Principle: Using Core Values to Build [...]

Transformational Executive Change Leadership, with Steve Salisbury

By |From the Field|

In this episode of the Change Management Review™ “From the Field” Series, Brian Gorman interviews Steve Salisbury, Transformational Leadership Expert. Steve has worked with some of the world’s most recognizable [...]

iX Leadership: Create High-Five Cultures and Guide Transformation (Part 1), with Dr. Rachel MK Headley

By |Podcasts|

In this episode of the Change Management Review™ Podcast, Brian Gorman interviews Dr. Rachel MK Headley, CEO of Rose Group Int’l (RGI). Rachel loves to diagnose really thorny root-cause issues [...]

Innovation: What Questions Should You Be Asking?

By |Building Personal Impact, Contributions|

If we are to be fully in service to our clients, we should be prepared to help them gain new insights to how they are supporting—and sometimes undermining—the changes they [...]

Brain Cleaning

By |Building Personal Impact, Contributions|

If you know anything about neuroscience it is likely you have heard about neuroplasticity, the ability of the brain to build new neural networks as you gain new knowledge and [...]

The Mental Cost of Secrets

By |Contributions, Profession|

Your sponsor seems to do it with some regularity. He shoots the messenger. Now you have a message to deliver, and it isn’t good news. Some significant risks have arisen [...]

Why Take a Walk?

By |Building Personal Impact, Contributions, Profession|

Sometimes the day-to-day work of a change practitioner can feel very routine. But especially as you take on more responsibility supporting major change initiatives, those times become fewer and fewer. [...]

Logic Isn’t Enough Addressing the Emotional Side of Change Management

By |Practitioner Resources|

You have the methodology, the tools, and the processes. The change execution plan has been developed and the communications drafted. It all makes sense. You sit back, heave a [...]