Change Leadership - Theory & Practice
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The CEO’s role in leading transformation | McKinsey & Company

The CEO’s role in leading transformation | McKinsey & Company | Change Leadership - Theory & Practice | Scoop.it
For CEOs leading a transformation, no single model guarantees success. But they can improve the odds by targeting leadership functions: making the transformation meaningful, modeling the desired mind-sets and behavior, building a strong and committed team, and relentlessly pursuing impact. Together, these can powerfully generate the energy needed to achieve a successful performance transformation.
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Some practical counsel that has stood the test of time.
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5 Questions to Ask Before You Hire a Change Consultant - Center for Creative Leadership

5 Questions to Ask Before You Hire a Change Consultant - Center for Creative Leadership | Change Leadership - Theory & Practice | Scoop.it

".....clearly define your challenges before you seek an outside advisor.....The answers to these questions are never simple — but they will help you identify the people and the approach that your organization needs to improve the process and outcomes of change."

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Change consultants work best in partnership with change leaders
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Susanna Lavialle's comment, July 1, 2016 5:08 PM
good points. you need to be clear on what you are doing, with whom and what type of support you need, when and where.
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An Easy Way to Affect Change - Now

An Easy Way to Affect Change - Now | Change Leadership - Theory & Practice | Scoop.it
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I've been enjoying Hugh McLeod's art for a while now.  As he points out "If you want change in your life, surround yourself with people and objects that will encourage you to make that change. Join the social circles, publicly declare your intention, create the reminders that will force your attention. Burn those boats."

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