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Change Practitioners

The Important Role of Story in Change Management, With Jennifer Roth

By |From the Field Podcast Series|

In this episode of the Change Management Review™ Podcast, Brian Gorman interviews Jennifer Roth – a senior marketing communications professional with extensive experience developing innovative strategies for informing, guiding, and [...]

Neuroscience and Change Management, With Vijay Chander

By |From the Field Podcast Series|

In this episode of the Change Management Review™ Podcast, Brian Gorman interviews Vijay Chander – Senior Manager-Change Management Specialist-Innovation, Technology and Shared Services at TD Bank. Vijay’s education and career [...]

Change Practitioners in a Changing World, With Meighan (Meg) Newhouse

By |From the Field Podcast Series|

In this episode of the Change Management Review™ Podcast, Brian Gorman interviews Meighan (Meg) Newhouse – CEO and Co-Founder, Inspirant Group, home of the #Unconsultants who guide clients from inspiration [...]

How to Ensure Leaders are Ready to Lead Change

By |Community Contributions|

In change leadership we talk about “organizational readiness” to prepare employees to embrace change. Rarely do we speak of “leadership readiness.” Yet Prosci, a leading change research firm, reports year [...]

More No. Less Yes.

By |Books, Building Personal Impact, Change Management Articles, Tools & Methodologies|

Author Greg McKeown makes a habit of saying “No.” In Essentialism: The Disciplined Pursuit of Less, McKeown lays out a sound rationale for saying “Yes” less, and for focusing our [...]

The Change Management Function of the C-Suite

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

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 [...]

Ingredients for Successful Transformational Change

By |Community Contributions|

Having worked as a transformational change consultant and leadership coach for decades, I’ve had the honor of working with dozens of talented business leaders. Even before my entry into the [...]

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

By |Change Management Articles|

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 [...]

Flourishing During Change: An Alternative to Fight or Flight

By |Community Contributions|

While in Switzerland I willingly allowed another person to walk me off a cliff. My first paragliding experience was an intoxicating battle between fear and exhilaration while watching the ground [...]

Present Better; Influence More

By |Change Management Articles, Profession, Tools & Methodologies|

As change practitioners, we are constantly in the position of having to influence others. Among other things, we are recommending that the leaders we support take unpopular actions; we are [...]