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The Skills of Successful Change Leadership

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

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

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

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 [...]

4 Negative, but Common, Culture Traits in the Workplace [And How to Change Them]

By |Community Contributions|

A toxic workplace doesn’t happen overnight. Sometimes it’s difficult to see that your workplace culture might be lacking or has become a negative environment. A more positive and productive culture [...]

Change from the Future: The Merlin Process and Strategy Mapping, with Amie Devero

By |From the Field|

Summary: In this episode of the Change Management Review™ “From the Field” Series, Brian Gorman interviews Amie Devero, author of the book "Powered by Principle: Using Core Values to Build [...]

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 [...]

Teaming For Success

By |Academic Insights, Building Personal Impact, Change Management Articles|

Amy Edmondson, the Professor of Leadership and Management at Harvard Business School, draws an important distinction between teams and teaming in this TEDNYC talk. It is a distinction that we—as [...]

Earning the Right to Influence: Two Strategies

By |Change Management Articles, Profession|

No matter what role you play in change, the ability to influence others is essential to your success. Influence is something that is earned over time—it’s rare to walk into [...]

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 [...]

A Change Lesson from Game of Thrones

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

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, [...]