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The Dance of Transformation & Change Leadership – Part 2

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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

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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 [...]

What the Best Transformational Leaders Do

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The true basis of leadership was built upon a model that generated two sides of an X and Y axis. On one side is the concept of leadership that creates [...]

Vertical Development: The Intersection of Change and Leadership

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Part Three: The Origin Story “There is a way out, but the way out is really a way within.” - Ken Wilber People are ultimately the driving force behind business, [...]

Vertical Development: The Intersection of Change and Leadership

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Part Two: The Business Imperative "The development of leadership effectiveness, must, at a minimum, keep pace with the rate of change and the rate of escalating complexity." -Anderson & Adams, [...]

Change Communications and the Coronavirus

By |Building Personal Impact, Change Management Articles|

If there was ever an important time to think in terms of change communication rather than communication in general, now is that time. Even if your business has been operating [...]

Change and the Three Brains

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As a change practitioner, how often do you listen to your three brains? Neuroscience research has shown that we each have three fully functioning brains. Our head (cephalic) brain is [...]

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 [...]

A Change Lesson from Game of Thrones

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Carmine Gallo knows a lot about communication. Among other things, he is the author of Five Stars: The Communication Secrets to Get from Good to Great and Talk Like TED, [...]