Monthly Archives: November 2016

Why Do So Many Americans Want Traditional Jobs?

As the gig and share economies take off, many are calling for the end of 9 to 5. I have myself. But …

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Two Requirements for All Organizations

Patrick Lencioni, the best-selling author and management consultant, spoke at a conference in Dallas hosted by Right Now Media a couple of weeks …

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Dealing with Resistance

Don’t be disappointed when no one hip-hip-hoorays or throws a party for your new initiative or idea. It doesn’t matter that you’ve done …

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How to Make a Case for Change

Persuasion – it’s such a powerful word and such a critical skill for leaders. Most of us are used to tapping into our …

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3 Essentials for Dealing with Disappointment

Whew! Last week was a beast, right? All the presidential campaign and election process left me weary. And I’m not the only …

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My Favorite Change Tools, Part 2: Impact Analysis

My second blog about my favorite change tools is about an impact analysis. In any major change effort, what you want people …

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