Change is both inevitable and necessary for a team or organization to grow and evolve, but creating healthy, sustainable and effective change is complicated and often a challenge in today’s workplace. Being a leader who affects true change takes a great amount of preparation, skill-building, and support for one’s overall health and well-being.
In her new book, Build Your Model for Leading Change: A Guided Workbook to Catalyze Clarity and Confidence in Leading Yourself and Others, Marsha Acker, an executive leadership facilitator and team coach, provides a powerful workbook designed to help you uncover and develop your own actionable model for leading sustainable, meaningful change — for yourself, your team, and your organization.
Tune in and hear Marsha’s thoughts on:
- Creating an empowering and mentally healthy foundation for your team and organization by deepening your self-awareness and understanding of others
- Building skills for leading purposeful and effective conversations with your team to create sustainable change
- Defining a clear vision for how you believe change happens so you can show up with intention, purpose, and transparency
- Developing a working understanding of how your core behavior patterns and beliefs affect your leadership style, work relationships, and personal life
- Uncovering and developing the three core leadership change models: Your Personal Behavioral Model, Your Model for Leadership, and Your Model for Living.
- The 3 key framework components for leading change: the primary circumstances for functional self-awareness, a reflective journaling practice, and monthly focus statements to guide your progress
- And much, much more!
About the Guest
Marsha Acker, CPF, CPCC, PCC, is the founder and CEO of TeamCatapult, a respected and sought-after leadership development firm that equips leaders, at all levels, to facilitate and lead sustainable behavioral change. She partners with leaders and leadership teams to clarify their desired change, develop communicative competence, and think together – accessing their collective intelligence to bring about change.
Marsha is an executive and leadership team coach, author, speaker, facilitator, and the host of Defining Moments of Leadership Podcast. Marsha’s unparalleled at helping leaders identify and break through stuck patterns of communication that get in their way of high performance. She is known internationally as a facilitator of meaningful conversations, a host of dialogue and a passionate agilest.
She is the author of The Art and Science of Facilitation: How to Lead Effective Collaboration with Agile Teams as well as the recently released, Build Your Model for Leading Change: A Guided Workbook to Catalyze Clarity and Confidence in Leading Yourself and Others, which is designed to help you uncover and develop your own actionable model for leading change.
Marsha has over 28 years of experience designing and facilitating organizational change initiatives. She believes that facilitation and coaching skills are invaluable 21st century leadership skills – required for leaders as they learn to lead agility across the organization.