Friendly reminder to my friends and colleagues eagerly moving into post-Covid planning: do NOT assume that your leadership team is all on board with the latest and greatest ideas / … [Read more...] about Getting Commitment to Enterprise Change STILL Starts with All Leaders
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I got hooked this morning reading and thinking about how change is changing and how we can be more effective as leaders and as practitioners providing guidance to leaders. It … [Read more...] about Change Models for VUCA – VUCA strategy requires different execution mindsets, approaches and capabilities (models)
Hello CM Community. I hope that everyone is well and taking appropriate care of self and family and following all required protocols to ensure well being over this difficult … [Read more...] about Change Management for Coronavirus (COVID-19)
The easy answer is yes. If you are just getting started in the field then it is the fastest way to (a) baseline your knowledge and (b) demonstrate on your resume that you have … [Read more...] about Should I get a Change Management certification? If so, which one? Then what?
“Energy flows where intention goes.” Rhonda Byrne Okay I get it, if there is one aspect of our work in Change Management that leaders zoom in on, it is the need to deal with … [Read more...] about Focusing on ‘managing resistance’? You are missing the point (and damaging engagement)
Hello everybody. It has been a long time since I posted here regularly and I appreciate your patience in staying with me. The last couple of years I have really immersed myself … [Read more...] about Is it possible for organizations to change faster?
"As far as inner transformation is concerned, there is nothing you can do about it. You cannot transform yourself, and you cannot transform your partner or anybody else. All you … [Read more...] about Addressing personal triggers. A virtuous cycle of confessions and resolutions. Part 4
“The people who trigger us to feel negative emotion are messengers. They are messengers for the unhealed parts of our being.” Teal Swan I was speaking with a senior, … [Read more...] about #1 change challenge. A virtuous cycle of confessions and resolutions. Part 3
“A healthy self-love that leads to true happiness is what Rousseau called “amour de soi”. It builds up one’s intrinsic well-being as opposed to feeding shallow cravings to be … [Read more...] about Us vs them. A virtuous cycle of confessions and resolutions series. Part 2
“A confession has to be part of your new life.” Ludwig Wittgenstein The beginning of a new year always holds a strange promise – and pressure – to manage one’s own personal change … [Read more...] about A virtuous cycle of confessions and resolutions. Part 1