Mastering the art of leading change doesn’t need to be mysterious or complicated. But acknowledging that people go through predictable and sequential stages of concern— which can be anticipated and addressed—can help your organization accelerate change.
Constant change is a way of life in organizations today. How do managers and leaders cope with the barrage ...
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Learn how to dramatically increase the probability of successfully initiating, implementing, and sustaining change in business.
As so many industries are beginning the long challenge of recovering from the pandemic, organizational change seems to be happening everywhere. The first issue many organizations must deal with...
Dr. Victoria Halsey, VP of Applied Learning shares three strategies for increasing your individual (and your organizational) ability to manage change.
Why We Need a High-Involvement, Collaborative Approach to Making Change Initiatives Work in Business
For senior leaders addressing business disruptions, author Judd Hoekstra shares the importance of surfacing and addressing the five predictable stages of concern.
Constant change is a way of life in organizations today. How do managers and leaders cope with the barrage of changes that confront them daily as they attempt to keep their organizations adaptive...
Leading People Through Change teaches leaders the mindset, process, and skills they need to lead change and create resilient, agile organizations.
Dear Madeleine, I have just been promoted to a very big role in an organization I have been with for two years. I came from another highly respected, very successful company. One of my mandates...
How do you lead change? Grit, curiosity, agility, courage and so much more. Learn how community and business leaders like Father Gregory Boyle, Jack Ma, Daniel Barenboim, and Katherine Johnson overcam
Webinar on creating a culture of resilience and agility during times of change with Judd Hoekstra.
As leaders begin to consider how they are going to re-open their businesses, Blanchard change expert Judd Hoekstra emphasizes that change is a process best done with people, not to people.