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Can You Create Change From the Bottom Up?

An interview with the awesome Michelle McQuaid. Originally at http://www.michellemcquaid.com

Do you lack the authority to create the kind of positive changes you’d love to see in your workplace? 793 more words

Leading Organizations

Leading Change

“Change is neither good nor bad. It simply is.”  Don Draper

This week at our DP/AP meeting Greg Kirk from Goggles On presented on Leading Change. 173 more words

RTC 4 #16

leadership models (II) - have a vision

the business leadership book of John P. Kotter called Leading Change inspired me especially on how to organize a group and in many other ways. but the most intriguing and original ideas for me were the ones the author wrote about leaders and ways to lead. 447 more words

Leadership

Implementing A Performance Management System (PMS)

A Performance Management System is about building trust, capacity and a respectful partnership between a manager and each of their employees. Some people see performance management as trendy words for the annual performance review. 1,269 more words

Business

Carolyn Stuart at ULEARN

Leading change in school is summed up by unleashing innovation but not upsetting people.

These are key parts to this:

Authentic relationships + Inquiry-based practice + Shared vision & values + Future focussed expectations + Trust in people and process + Collective responsibility for agreed norms = Freedom to Innovate… 176 more words

Leadership

Leading Through an Unexpected Disruption

The political world has just been disrupted.  How do we lead in this midst of this disruptive innovation?

Democrats and Republicans alike have been shocked by an outsider named Donald Trump winning the election.   647 more words

Disruptive Leaders

What Learning Looks Like...to me

A personal think-piece

Combining visualisation, design and systems-thinking, this is my visual response to the question,’What does coherent, evidenced-based learning look, sound and feel like?’. 30 more words

Inspiration