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Tangling with the dark side of change practitioner frustrations

I’ve invested four and a half decades in trying to better understand the human landscape of change and, in particular, how our species navigates major transitions in organizational settings. I became fascinated with this endeavor long before there was a formal change management profession, and my curiosity about the subject ...
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Change, collective imagination, and co-creation

I’ve invested four and a half decades in trying to better understand the human landscape of change and, in particular, how our species navigates major transitions in organizational settings. I became fascinated with this endeavor long before there was a formal change management profession, and my curiosity about the subject ...
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Fake Change and a syndrome

I’ve invested four and a half decades in trying to better understand the human landscape of change and, in particular, how our species navigates major transitions in organizational settings. I became fascinated with this endeavor long before there was a formal change management profession, and my curiosity about the subject ...
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Monkey See Monkey Do – Leading by Example

What does a child doing karate chops after watching a Kung Fu movie have to do with leadership? Read to find out the humanistic element of Mirror Neurons. Whoops, this is for members only. Login to view content. Not a member? That's easy. Become Change Grower, Change Booster or Change ...
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Where to start with training

What you need to know about change management training, courses and programs

Possibly the most common question I get asked is "what training or course do I need to do to get into change management". And for a long time there has been stock standard answers that I'm not sure I've always agreed with. In my heart of hearts I don't think ...
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Welcome to the Hub 2.0

What’s in the Hub 2.0 and future plans (and governance update for those who care)

Ok, this is a pretty big update. It’s been a HUGE couple of months and it’s hard to believe that we only launched the Hub in May! So much has happened!! Here’s the links to jump through if you’re want to skip bits 🙂 I get it, it’s a big ...
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the game has changed

The game has changed. Many of us have been speaking and writing about how change management has to change to keep up with a world of constant change that is increasing in velocity, disruption and uncertainty. We also know that much of this has fallen on deaf ears as traditionalists ...
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Resilience – Leadership Superpowers

There is an inordinate amount of research which shows that constant and uncertain change can cause stress and anxiety in the workplace. We need leaders who can create an environment in which resilience will flourish. We need leaders who can identify the early signs of low resilience and take effective ...
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Conversations of Change with Dr. Jen Frahm

A change management podcast with Dr Jen Frahm. I talk with business leaders about the experience of change and transformation. Whoops, this is for members only. Login to view content. Not a member? That's easy. Become Change Grower, Change Booster or Change Seeders now.
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Building employee resilience with neuroscience

Most employees struggle with change, but leaders are in a position to significantly improve their team’s experience, foster resilience and subsequently enhance performance. Recent neuroscience research provides strategies that leaders can use to assist their employees to maintain optimal brain fitness in the midst of change. Whoops, this is for ...
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