Tag Archives: change

What Google Glass Can Teach Us About Stale Leadership

I haven’t tried Google Glass but I’m intrigued. As James Rivington writes in Techradar’s “Google Glass: What You Need to Know”, Google Glass is …

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By All Means, Ignore Your Stakeholders

My vacuum went on the fritz, and I have been trying to get it fixed. It’s a vacuum by the inventor/company that …

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Whipped Cream on a Cow Pie: People Skills Without Love

Teaching “people skills” to leaders who don’t care about people is like putting whipped cream on a cow pie. When you take …

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Buy-In: One Word You Can’t Do (Anything) Without

Is it better to be right than to be done? That was the question that hovered over my head for the past …

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6 Change Management Lessons from the Super Bowl

Are you staring at the “Super Bowl of Change” in your organization? Is it a large change and you’re responsible? Are you …

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Bag of Tricks: 4 Tips for Shameless Naming Manipulation

Names don’t matter much. Or do they? From Baby names (good luck with that, Baby Hashtag) to multi-million dollar branding campaigns (New …

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Don’t Waste Your Organization’s Time and Money on Assessments

I have a love-hate relationship with behavior style assessments. Used appropriately, they can be fantastic tools for organizations to assess fit and …

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Hear That? It’s the Sound of Irrelevance

A pink cammo bow and arrow set… that was the elusive gift this year for my niece. She had to have it …

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Change is an Event, Transition is a Journey

Ch-ch-ch-ch-changes – whether you’re a change leadership professional who deals with change every day, a rocket scientist, a lawyer or a teacher …

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How to Manage Stakeholders Who Don’t Have Time to be Stakeholders

Have you ever known anyone who seems to work with a “hair on fire” approach? You know them – folks for whom …

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