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How to Make Your Company a Force For Good

A fun interview with Marty Wolff. How can business make a positive difference in the world?

Originally at http://martywolffbusinesssolutions.com/chris-white-can-make-company-force-good/

Leading Change

In Defense of Doers

Leadership experts make it sound easy: “Follow these simple steps and you will have amazing results!”

The typical format is somewhat formulaic. With poise and pithy quotes, we deliver our sticky stories. 705 more words

Leading Organizations

Four Top Tips For Successful Change

Four Top Tips For Successful Change

  1. Cognitive recognition: we are all suspicious of change but the more we understand why change is necessary (often by seeing what will happen if we DO NOT accept change!) the more likely we are to readily accept it.
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Three ways to work better together

Are you looking for research-based ways to increase quality, efficiency, financial, safety, customer engagement, and worker well-being? Perhaps even enhance learning and innovation? What could be the fuel that facilitates these diverse and important outcomes? 637 more words

Leading Organizations

On rigour and vigour

As we settle down to a new term and get to that point when we finally remember how the job’s meant to be done, it all comes down to two things: Rigour and Vigour. 855 more words


Why aren't you engaging women in your workplace change?

Is there a change initiative underway in your organisation? Is it gender inclusive? – our research says that it’s probably not.

We’ve studied over 200 change initiatives across more than 30 countries and we’ve found that women, compared to their male colleagues, have less access to information (-7.3%), less influence (-5.2%) and less opportunity to be involved (-4.0%) in workplace change. 669 more words


The Stories We Tell

I’ve not been blogging much of late due to a number of other priorities around marking, teaching prep, research writing and conference attendance. In amongst all of that I’ve had three lovely weeks off at the start of August. 455 more words

Public Services Governance