Category: resistance to workplace change

Tip #4 in our ongoing video series about successful change management

So I’m back today with another installment in my ongoing video series on strategies you can use to be a more effective change management agent in your organization.  Today’s tip is one that very often gets overlooked, to the detriment

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Strategy #3 for creating successful change in your organization

Two weeks ago, I started a video tip series on strategies that you can use to create successful change in your organization.  Last week’s advice was to be patient and persistent with your employees when implementing organizational change.  Today’s strategy

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Leading organizational change? Be patient and persistent

My previous strategy on leading successful organizational change was to involve employees early on in the change process.  Today’s tip is a continuation of that idea.  Be patient and persistent with your employees when implementing organizational change. Be patient and

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Successfully leading organizational change

As a leader, you are an agent of organizational change.  It could be new processes or products, new software, or an organizational change in structure or focus simply to remain competitive and viable in your industry.  My point is that

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The dangers of becoming complacent

The world is a book, and those who do not travel read only a page.  So said St. Augustine in the 4th century.  And it’s a doctrine that I’ve taken to heart.  Those of you who know me know that

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Change management is akin to journeying on a bus

For any kind of organizational change – procedural, structural, or technological – to be successful, three key players must be involved: the champion, the change manager, and the employees and/or stakeholders who have to accept and implement the change.  This

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