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Three things you need to know to build newsroom culture

Newsroom culture: Is that an oxymoron?

Working in a newsroom used to be a near-universal experience: Walk in, assess decades of mess, towers of old issues, teetering stacks of press kits sent by well-meaning PR agents, takeout boxes, and walls covered in black-and-white photos of legendary staffers, clever but irreverent quotes and most likely an ongoing bracket pool predicting which celebrity will die next. 1,131 more words

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Know why you want to change- A climbing lesson

I took up climbing right around the time I began working in change communication. Over the past months both subjects have been demanding my time and interest more and more. 854 more words


Mark your calendars!

2015 is speeding towards the halfway mark. Save these dates for exciting events coming up in the next quarter and plan for success!

Business Breakfast: Getting Engaged – The Leadership Challenge… 362 more words



You probably have a couple of credit cards. You guard your password or pin number diligently. Only you may spend money on your credit card. 226 more words

Eight steps to achieve sticky change in your organization - The Globe and Mail | #ChangeManagement

Technology is changing our world every day, and it’s not going to slow down to let any of us off the ride. To equip your business for the New Year, adopt one more resolution: understand that change is the new status quo. 73 more words

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Change Management: A 'Filmy' Story

Why ‘Change’?

September 11, 2001 terrorist attack on America is one incident where a crisis situation prompted a change in the way organizations function. Thankfully, such incidents are not a commonplace. 1,294 more words


Developing Talent to Lead the Future

There’s a difference between the capabilities that we need to drive change and the attitudes that we need to develop for our future organisations.

The former is deeply human. 463 more words