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  • Are You a Visionary Leader?

     

    Are You a Visionary Leader?

    Few people aspire to win the Olympics, invent a breakthrough product, or truly make a legacy difference in the world. But as a leader, it is your job to identify what the real possibility is in your market, and then mobilize your people and organization to achieve that possibility. Visionary leaders inspire the passion and capability of their people to achieve breakthrough results. This starts with clarifying your vision.

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  • Achieving Breakthrough Requires Transformation in Four Key Areas

     

    Achieving Breakthrough Requires Transformation in Four Key Areas

    The four key areas that visionary leaders must address to identify the breakthroughs required to achieve their big visions.

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  • The Post-Visioning, Get Real Conversation

     

    The Post-Visioning, Get Real Conversation

    If you ask any CEO or senior executive of an organization if they have a company vision, they will say yes. If you ask most employees if their company has a vision, they will also say yes. In this day and age, everyone has a vision, but most are little more than posters on a wall.

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  • Self-Mastery: The Foundation of Co-Creating and Great Transformational Leadership

     

    Self-Mastery: The Foundation of Co-Creating and Great Transformational Leadership

    Great transformational leaders see the big picture and the relationships between market, organizational, human, and cultural dynamics. They can see the roadmap for solving complex challenges that create new possibilities.

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Employee Engagement as a Key Strategy for Change

By | on 06, Feb 2017 |   change strategies employee engagement human dynamics of change

Leaders of change initiatives often use strategies for change that announce, mandate, threaten, pressure, or expect people to change because the leaders say so. As a strategy to motivate employees, th[...]

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Why Change? Great Change Leadership Starts with Your Case for Change

By | on 03, Jan 2017 |   change leadership employee engagement Change Project Success Factors

What is a Case for Change? When you initiate a change in your organization, your stakeholders and leaders will have questions about what is changing, why it is needed, the scope of the change, its urg[...]

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Ensure Employee Commitment to Change Initiatives: Creating Relevance and Meaning

By | on 06, Dec 2016 |   employee engagement Change Project Success Factors

Most organizations have many change initiatives occurring at once, in all parts of the organization, large and small – all making demands on people. Employees know they are being asked or pressured to[...]

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Is Leading Your Organization’s Change Like Herding Cats? Create an Integration Strategy and Alignment

By | on 01, Dec 2016 |   leadership transformational change change strategies integration strategy employee engagement transformational leadership Change Project Success Factors

Photo Credit: Rich Faber           The absence of an overall initiative alignment and integration strategy results in change being run through multiple, separate, or competing sub-projects. It also re[...]

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Creating a Change Leadership Team: What Roles Are Critical?

By | on 22, Aug 2016 |   leadership change leadership employee engagement

You're an executive, and you’ve come up with brilliant ideas to transform your organization into a better, more successful company. Now, all you have to do is enact these major changes and your organi[...]

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