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The Key to Change Is Middle Management

The Key to Change Is Middle Management | Buró de Sucesión | Scoop.it
Research shows the traits that make them successful.

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Anne Landreat's curator insight, October 28, 2014 5:00 AM

One of the main keys to change is middle management. Yes. Avoiding transformation processes turning into dull meetings, PowerPoint presentations and ticking the boxes exercise is another. And this may be done only by the reconquest of the human part of the entire organization, middle managers included. Because the key factor for change, deep change, is empathy. The example of nurse Michelle delaCalle shows this obviously. Put yourself in the shoes of your users, clients, subordinates, colleagues from other divisions, and even managers and see how you feel. Like it ? No ? Then change the way you act.

 

David Hain's curator insight, October 28, 2014 5:27 AM

"We think of mid-level managers as managing incremental change — but many are change leaders in the making. When they align their personal goals and strengths with the organization’s goals, they become extraordinary leaders." ` Behnam Tabrizi

Miguel Herrera E.'s curator insight, October 29, 2014 10:07 AM

Algo así como los que comandan la fuerza de trabajo o que pueden ejecutar medidas inmediatas o efectivas.

 

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Is it too Early to Create a Succession Plan? | Careers content from WealthManagement.com

Is it too Early to Create a Succession Plan? | Careers content from WealthManagement.com | Buró de Sucesión | Scoop.it
It is a popular notion in the industry that only older advisors are and should be worried about succession planning. That's not the case.

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Is Integrity the Secret to Great Leadership?

Is Integrity the Secret to Great Leadership? | Buró de Sucesión | Scoop.it

The actions of a business are its value statement. Actions speak volumes about what really matters most – not what should matter, not what we wish mattered, but what really does matter to us. They swamp mission statements, speeches or memos, and they eclipse intentions.

 

Having the kind of integrity that leaves no room between what we say and what we do is really hard work. It’s much easier to follow the words of JR Ewing of the TV series Dallas, who said: “Once you lose your integrity, everything’s easy.” Lots of people have chosen this path. Others find it to be too much work to align their decisions and actions with what they claim as priorities.

 


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Ivon Prefontaine's curator insight, September 26, 2014 1:13 PM

Integrity is important. It has multiple meanings beginning with honesty and authenticity. It also has to do with being part of the greater whole. Too often, I found School managers were just that managers and operated as observers. It allowed them to hang on to the idea of cause and effect without thinking of the bigger picture as complex with considerable uncertainty.

 

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Ian Berry's curator insight, September 26, 2014 6:15 PM

Excellent article. A key is living values. Are there agreed behaviours for your values?

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What Is A Family Office?

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While the breadth of services offered by a family office will vary from one organization to the next, an organization that truly is a family office will provide services beyond the scope of a wealth management firm.

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The Family Business Unit's curator insight, July 9, 2014 5:18 AM

An established concept in the USA there is a growing need in Europe for "Shared Family Offices" taking care of non-business family financial and personal issues.