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Leading Effective Change by Interpreting the Chocolate Conversation

Rose Fass
CEO
Fassforward Consulting Group
www.fassforward.com

Rose Fass, is the founder and CEO of fassforward Consulting Group, a leading edge business transformation firm that works with Fortune 500 executive teams on translating strategy, driving change, and growing leadership. 62 more words

Marketing Thought Leadership Podcast

Becoming Change

Change is upon us.

Look around.  What do you see?  Do you see changes in your life?

Backwards movement can be labeled bad, but sometimes it is not.   61 more words

Autism

Patience May Be Overrated When Executing Changes

When asked why he was not inputting his hours and materials’ cost into the new software system in a timely manner, Reston replied, “It takes too long.  225 more words

New Leader

5 Reasons to Celebrate the Tough Times

“I’m not afraid of storms, for I’m learning how to sail my ship.” ~Louisa May Alcott

I was talking to a friend the other day and we were reminiscing about a business we worked at that went through a rough period.

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Leadership

Business Management: Management Primer for Creating & Sustaining a High Performance Business Enterprise

Definition

A high performance business enterprise is an organization of stakeholders that learns with customers to add value, achieve satisfaction, and pursue excellence faster than the competition… 1,434 more words

INNOVA Group News

How far are you willing to go to make change effective?

The headline Thursday could not be blunter: “Shanahan’s scorched earth plan to overhaul Maple Leafs wins support of MLSE board.” Of course this was the caption to the article by Cathal Kelly in the Globe and Mail referencing the need for a total rebuild of the Leafs. 334 more words

Change Management

Look Inward Before You Try to Change Others

“Everyone thinks of changing the world,” said Leo Tolstoy, “but no one thinks of changing himself.”

Indeed, if we as leaders wish to bring about successful change, we need to ensure that we are prepared for change—not just to change others, but also to change ourselves. 456 more words

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