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The Dance of Transformation & Change Leadership – Part 2

By |Community Contributions|

In Part 1 of this article we introduced performance artist and dancer Gabrielle Roth’s five basic dance rhythms as metaphors for five change leadership styles, and examined the first three [...]

The Dance of Transformation & Change Leadership

By |Community Contributions|

Transformational change is the least understood and most complex type of change facing organizations today. What can a popular dance movement program from the 1970's tell us about today's change [...]

Introducing a New Model for Personal Change: The SCARED-SO WHAT™ Change Model

By |Community Contributions|

While participating in the master’s program exclusively for sales by Consalia, Ltd., and Middlesex University, ‘MSc Leading Sales Transformation’, I uncovered that most change models today are Figure 1: [...]

Becoming Change Ready (Part 2 of 2)

By |Community Contributions|

Part 1 of this article described the critical nature of change readiness, and how it is an underemphasized phase of change adoption. It introduced keys to boosting readiness to change [...]

The “Last Mile”: Making Organizational Change Personal

By |Building Personal Impact, Change Management Articles, Profession|

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 [...]