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6 Ways to Stop Managing and Start Leading

Sometimes it’s not easy to adjust when someone is asked to take on a leadership role at their organizations. The transition from being a manager or a supervisor in the organization to one of a  leader is fraught with pitfalls. 1,716 more words

Business Growth/Strategy

Being Eye to Eye With Change

When was the last time that you looked at yourself in the mirror?

Not the combing your hair, brushing your teeth, checking the make-up, tying the necktie, “how do I look in this” looking in the mirror. 849 more words


3 Things I Learned while Leading Change at a Company that Teaches Change Management

At The Ken Blanchard Companies we don’t just teach people in organizations to lead, learn, and grow—we live what we teach.

Recently, we began implementing a company-wide change process that included redefining our organization’s values. 658 more words


Change Happens

Change happens. No big insight there. Change happens all the time. Nothing new there. Change happens. Everyone knows that.

Yes, everyone knows that change happens, and that it happens all the time. 1,077 more words


The Problem With Declaring Success Too Early

The most common complaint I’ve heard people make about the books of sci-fi author, Philip K Dick, is that the books don’t end, they simply drift off. 345 more words

Decision Making

Finding Courage to Move Through Change

The world hates change, yet it is the only thing that has brought progress.  -Charles Kettering

By Ginny Telego

Recently I was having a conversation with a colleague who is a leader in the community.   529 more words

Overview: Live the New Reality

Each change journey comes to an end. If it has been successful, you will be living the new reality that you defined when you created your change story. 530 more words