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The Change Management Function of the C-Suite

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C-suite executives tend to be good at launching major change initiatives. Rosy promises of the future benefits the change will bring coupled with stoic statements of the hard work that [...]

The Skills and Mindsets of a Change Leader

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In their June 2019 blog, ASQ (American Society for Quality) asked the question, How can an individual become a successful change leader? Robert Mitchell’s response identifies three skillsets required of [...]

What Happens When Mistakes Happen?

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Mistakes happen. Then what? More often than not, avoidance of responsibility, cover-up, “fix it quick”, or the blame game take over. All of these are evidence of a culture that [...]

When We’re Not Afraid

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How often does fear affect how you fulfill your responsibilities as a change practitioner? Perhaps it is the mild, imperceptible, fear that you aren’t going to be able to complete [...]

The Skills of Successful Change Leadership

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As change practitioners, we know that having the right leadership for the initiatives we support is critical. The Center for Creative Leadership conducted a study to determine what those change [...]

Getting Real About Culture Change

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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 [...]

Innovation: What Questions Should You Be Asking?

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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

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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 [...]

Why Take a Walk?

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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. [...]

Teaming For Success

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Amy Edmondson, the Professor of Leadership and Management at Harvard Business School, draws an important distinction between teams and teaming in this TEDNYC talk. It is a distinction that we—as [...]