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Stay Ahead of the Game

Peoples needs have changed with shifts in the market. Therefore, it is vital that we, as leaders, assess our approach based on what’s most relevant to who and where we work and operate. 326 more words

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One way to look at the world is to divide it into adaptive and technical challenges and solutions.

For example if I am a teacher using a math textbook that is outdated, I can solve that problem with a technical solution, a new textbook.   383 more words

21st Century

The Vicious and Virtuous Circles of Change - #ChangeManagement

Organisational Change Management is a complex, interconnected set of events where people’s actions have a major impact upon success or failure. Common Change approaches like… 412 more words

Change Management

What Way Of Being Creates Access To Effectiveness In The Exercise Of Change Leadership?

Looking back, I see that I have been involved in drama of organisational change since the days I did corporate recovery work as a part of Price Waterhouse’s Corporate Recovery division.   519 more words

Customer Experience

Leadership in an ever changing world

I haven’t blogged about anything other than my walking and mountaineering previously, but I do get asked to provide some blog on the other stuff I’m involved with now and again so I’ve decided to do a leadership blog especially since we’re all living and working in an increasingly fast-paced and ever-changing world.  436 more words

Leadership

We Walk The Line

I’ve been thinking a lot lately about change and my role in it. Over the past 10 years I’ve interchangeably moved in and out of traditional change management roles and HR roles. 1,000 more words

Disruption

Feedback from Over 200 CEO's: What they Learnt in 2014 and the Challenges They Face in 2015

Last year I went out to our Company network of Clients, thought leaders & Business leaders and asked them what they had learnt in 2013 and what they felt they would face in 2014. 1,707 more words

Kendall Langston