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A People-First Guide to Working from Home

By |Change Management Articles, Profession|

(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 [...]

Upstairs/Downstairs Mentality – A Change Management Perspective, Part 2

By |Community Contributions|

Physical layout of the organisation is extremely important, and as we saw in part one, it can create tensions and biases which translate into an ‘us vs them’ or ‘upstairs/downstairs’ [...]

Upstairs/Downstairs Mentality – A Change Management Perspective

By |Community Contributions|

Tensions in some form exist in every workplace and impact how individuals and groups are viewed and treated.  These can lead to mindsets of ‘us vs them’ which creates distance [...]

“How-To” Guide for Successful Change Management Communication

By |Community Contributions|

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 [...]

Culture Change: It Isn’t Easy, and It is Possible

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

In their article Changing an Organization’s Culture, Without Resistance or Blame, Tom DiDonato and Noelle Gill describe the approach they used to significantly shift the culture at Lear. As they [...]

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 [...]

The Skills and Mindsets of a Change Leader

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

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?

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

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 [...]