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Posts Tagged ‘change

29
Nov

When introducing change to your team, it’s completely normal that you’ll face some unpredictable reactions. Heck, it’s completely normal that you’ll HAVE some unpredictable reactions. Volatility in the face of change makes a whole lot of sense when you think about how our brains are built. We’re wired to be suspicious of situations and behaviors […]

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14
Oct

So, you’re busy trying to get on with the next in line of never-ending changes in your organization but you’ve got THAT person on your team: The person who moans and complains at every request and drones on about how horrible everything is. First of all, I’m sorry you have to deal with that. Second, […]

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23
Sep

My favorite source of topics for posts are the questions I get at the end of my speeches. Last week, I was giving the opening keynote in a room full of mayors and local government representatives. The speech was called, “Change Has Changed.” It’s about the challenges of leading teams through perpetual change…the kind that […]

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09
Apr

I am preparing to talk to a large group of bank branch managers about the secrets of resilience. They’re not interested in the basics; years of change and disruption have taught them the fundamentals (remember when the ATM was going to replace all the jobs in financial services). They’re looking for the next level—the secrets […]

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09
Nov

This weekend, I facilitated a workshop about change and transformation with a large group of leaders. Once we finished talking about the perilous task of transforming an organization, we started talking about the importance of leaders investing in their own resilience. I said something that caused a light bulb to go on for many of […]

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30
Mar

Pick up your pen and write your name. Easy-peasy, right? Now, put your pen in your other hand and write your name again. What was your reaction to my instructions? How did it feel as you tried to scratch out something legible? I did this exercise yesterday with a group who are leading a major […]

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15
Feb

Organizational change is difficult to navigate at the best of times. When structures shift, processes transform, and expectations rise, you’re already stretched out of your comfort zone. Now imagine the added angst when that change includes new bosses, making obvious power grabs, forming inner circles, and engaging in various forms of political behavior. The strain […]

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31
Jan

I recently debuted a new speech about building high performance teams. My ideas about how to build a high performance team (and whether teams even have the courage that high performance requires) are getting crisper…and edgier. I’ll share some of those ideas on the blog in the near future. One audience member was undeterred by […]

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