Organizational Change

Opportunity Costs: Leading Amidst a State of Flux

Posted by on Oct 14, 2014

Opportunity Costs: Leading Amidst a State of Flux

Not responding is not an option. Great leaders recognized opportunities (instead of the problem), and determined their cost insignificant to what they can accomplish in action. Beth shares how we can respond in the midst of flux, make the choices to move forward, and enrich the lives of our team members.

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How Leaders Can Use Processes to Empower their Teams during Change?

Posted by on Oct 7, 2014

How Leaders Can Use Processes to Empower their Teams during Change?

How do we recognize and build leaders who can shoulder great responsibilities? Why should we focus our people on solution development rather than on unproductive blame-pinning? Katherine offers insight to raise our leaders by giving them opportunities to resolve and succeed in their challenges.

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Increase Employee Engagement and Performance by Connecting Company Mission Statement with Employees’ Actions

Posted by on Sep 30, 2014

Increase Employee Engagement and Performance by Connecting Company Mission Statement with Employees’ Actions

Time, resources, finances are spent to craft mission statements. However, does the mission statement impact our employees? Peggy shares how managers can take such a broad statement and make it real for the employees to connect with, and contribute to their company’s mission and vision.

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Take Aim for Successful Change

Posted by on Sep 23, 2014

Take Aim for Successful Change

How do you anchor the upcoming change initiatives on your mission statement, to increase their relevance and expand your access to resources? Allison guides you to AIM (Align-Incubate-Measure) for both the heart and the mind as you plan the change activities that would realize your mission.

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Think Snappy, Act Scrappy When Crafting A Mission Statement

Posted by on Sep 9, 2014

Think Snappy, Act Scrappy When Crafting A Mission Statement

Why is the regular process of formulating mission statements so complex and laborious? But you don't have to spin your wheels on this yearly task. Sandra provides the succinct Who-What-How aimed at getting you started NOW in building that mission statement for your organization.

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Rough Seas (aka Organization Change) Ahead? Keep Good People On Your Radar.

Posted by on Sep 2, 2014

Rough Seas (aka Organization Change) Ahead? Keep Good People On Your Radar.

Good people skills deliver effectiveness and productivity to benefit everyone on the team. How well do you and your team members score across this list of twenty attributes? Consider these skills as you develop your team members.

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An Essential Partnership – Formal & Informal Leaders

Posted by on Aug 27, 2014

An Essential Partnership – Formal & Informal Leaders

As formal leaders you have the authority, as informal leaders they have the influence. You are on the org-charts, they are behind the scenes. Their hidden talents are vital to linking people with progress. Steve shares how you identify where and who they are, and how you can build a partnership for success - the organization's and your project's.

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Give Your Team Leaders Authority and Support, Not Just Responsibility

Posted by on Aug 5, 2014

Give Your Team Leaders Authority and Support, Not Just Responsibility

Ever been appointed a Team Lead, only to have your manager intervene periodically, and confusing team members as to who was in charge? Brian shares best practices for delegating-managers to support their team leaders to succeed, even when their resolution approaches are different.

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Developing Resilience to Help Your People Through Change

Posted by on Jul 29, 2014

Developing Resilience to Help Your People Through Change

Why are so many people uncomfortable with change? Peggy draws from her managerial experiences, to share how you can develop Resiliency in your team to persevere in the face of obstacles, and bounce back from the hardship. Resilience is not a silver bullet, but as a learnable competency it will enable your team to perform under stress.

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Personnel Development, a Cornerstone of Your Management Legacy

Posted by on Jul 15, 2014

Personnel Development, a Cornerstone of Your Management Legacy

As managers we can work in the system, and control the risks by coordinating our people as resources within the confines. Or we can choose to add value and impact the value-chain, by creating opportunities for our people. Brian shares why he chose the latter to develop his staff members, and left a legacy, rather than just run a well-oiled process.

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