Monthly Archives: June 2016

How to Take a Practical Approach to Manage Change

Many practitioners of Change Leadership (or Change Management, or its more accurate description, Business Readiness) need a new way to approach managing …

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UK Leaving the EU: Strategies For Dealing With Ambiguity

Considering our own crazy political happenings in the U.S., I’m not sure we paid much attention to the big vote that occurred …

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Stand Up for What You Believe In: The Legacy of Muhammad Ali

Muhammad Ali died on Saturday, June 4. He was 74 years old. He was and still is known as, “the greatest of …

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The TSA Blame Game: All Roads Lead to the Top

Many times when an organization spirals into dysfunction, the public might read or hear about it, but doesn’t feel the pain directly. …

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