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About Dr. Linda Hoopes

Dr. Linda Hoopes brings a wide range of perspectives to her work in organizational change. She received her Ph.D. in Industrial/Organizational Psychology from the University of Tennessee and served on the faculties of Rutgers, Georgia Tech, and Colby College. She spent 17 years working with change expert Daryl Conner in a range of roles, including research, assessment and methodology development, consulting, and training design and delivery. She is currently self-employed and works with clients on topics related to change, resilience, and well-being. Linda is the author of two books, including Prosilience: Building Your Resilience for a Turbulent World, which won the 2018 EPIC nonfiction award. She is licensed as a psychologist in the state of Georgia and a member of SIOP, ACMP, and AoM. In addition to her professional and academic history, she brings a number of other influences to her work including music, photography, sailboat racing, and massage therapy. In her role at CMR, Linda writes about change management intersections with research, organization development, human energy, and psychology.

Seeking Input on Change Initiatives: How Much and From Whom?

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For change leaders and practitioners, the question of how much input to seek from stakeholders in change-related decisions such as what the organization should do and how to effectively implement [...]

What’s Coming Next? Top 10 Organizational Trends and Their Implications for Change Management Practitioners

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One of the best things about working in organizational change is the opportunity to be at the forefront of progress in the organizations we serve. As leaders and practitioners of [...]

Earning the Right to Influence: Two Strategies

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No matter what role you play in change, the ability to influence others is essential to your success. Influence is something that is earned over time—it’s rare to walk into [...]

Three Steps to Avoid Working Harder Than Your Sponsor

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One of the first pieces of advice I heard as a change agent was “don’t work harder than your sponsor.” Whenever I’ve shared this, the main responses I get are [...]

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 [...]