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The Challenge of Change Management in Remote Workplaces (And How to Navigate It)

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Have you ever needed to learn something very quickly and then suddenly teach it to others? What if your job depended on it? What if the stakes were as high [...]

What Being an “Authentic Leader” Means

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The origins and foundations of authenticity are rooted in ancient Greek history where philosophers are known for moral injunctions such as ‘know thyself’ and ‘to thine own self be true’. [...]

Vertical Development: The Intersection of Change and Leadership

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“Every company needs transformational leaders—those who spearhead changes that elevate profitability, expand market share, and change the rules of the game in their industry. But few executives understand the unique [...]

Behavioural Science and Communicating Through the Change Curve

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The concept of the change curve isn’t new. However, with COVID-19 changing the way employees are working and businesses are functioning, it is relevant to businesses right now. As peoples’ [...]

Vertical Development: The Intersection of Change and Leadership

By |Change Management Articles|

One of life's most persistent and urgent questions is...What are you doing for others? ~Martin Luther King, Jr. Part Five: The Postconventional Stages  Have you ever met someone who stood [...]

Vertical Development: The Intersection of Change and Leadership

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"Most leaders already know what they should be doing. What they lack is the personal development to do so." -Nick Petrie, Center for Creative Leadership Part Four: Breaking Down Vertical [...]

A People-First Guide to Working from Home

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(The following has been generously shared by LOCAL - The Change Marketing™ Agency as a resource to assist change management practitioners and leaders effectively lead through a massive change in [...]

Change Communications and the Coronavirus

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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 [...]

“How-To” Guide for Successful Change Management Communication

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From the breakneck speed of technological evolution to employee turnover, there’s a reason change management has become an entire field of study and profession: because, ironically, change is constant. While [...]

How to Ensure Leaders are Ready to Lead Change

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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 [...]