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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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5 Reasons Why Organizational Change Fails

By | on 11, Jul 2018 |   organizational change change leadership

Our brains are hardwired to resist change. When change (especially organizational change) is mentioned or introduced, it often triggers a fear response, which is why most of us are so darn resistant t[...]

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Mastering Challenging Conversations with Resistors During Organizational Change: Guidelines for Facilitating Effective Meetings

By | on 08, Jan 2018 |   organizational change communications

Major change triggers people into a range of challenging emotional reactions. There are many approaches and tools to support people in making the emotional shift out of resistance to committing to mak[...]

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Addressing Core Human Needs: Vital to Succeeding at Organizational Change

By | on 20, Dec 2017 |   organizational change employee engagement human dynamics of change

Every person has six primary core needs. We each have all six to some degree, but one or two are usually dominant and drive most of our behavior. You could say that these one or two are how we are wir[...]

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Human Dynamics in Organizational Change

By | on 13, Nov 2017 |   organizational change culture human dynamics of change transformational leadership

What is Transformational Change?  Transformation is a unique type of organizational change that often triggers significant human dynamics that, if not addressed, can become the cause of failure. Often[...]

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Why Leading Transformation and Organizational Change Requires Overt Course Correcting

By | on 05, Jun 2017 |   organizational change CEO Insights transformational leadership Change Project Success Factors

The journey of organizational change – especially transformation – is anything but a straight line. If you are making changes that are transformational, it is likely things will be unruly, unpredictab[...]

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Five Levels of Success in Organizational Change: Which Are You After?

By | on 15, May 2017 |   organizational change beyond change management Change Leader's Roadmap Methodology Change Project Success Factors

How do you define success in your organization’s change efforts? Without giving this question much conscious thought, the change leaders, project managers, or the change consutlants may say “solve the[...]

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Unrealistic Project Timelines Can Sabotage Your Organizational Changes…and Your Leadership Credibility!

By | on 01, May 2017 |   organizational change capacity for change CEO Insights Change Project Success Factors

As CEO, you know time is money. Most CEOs want organizational changes to go fast. Unfortunately, rushing things beyond what is reasonable, or needed, will end up costing you….in results, do-overs, and[...]

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Why a CEO Must Keep a Strategic Overview of Organizational Change

By | on 27, Mar 2017 |   organizational change change leadership sponsorship CEO Insights

As the sponsor of major change, you have a critical change leadership role to play in your change effort – one that cannot be delegated to anyone else. After kicking off your initiative, you must stay[...]

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Too Much Change? Too Many Models? Organizational Change Needs to Be an Enterprise Discipline!

By | on 13, Feb 2017 |   transformational change organizational change change strategies Enterprise Change Best Practices Change Leader's Roadmap Methodology organizational transformation

Virtually all core functions in organizations are operated as strategic disciplines (e.g., finance, supply chain, marketing and sales, human resources, IT). This means they have consistent practices a[...]

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