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CoachingOurselves, A key Element in Sustaining Large Scale Culture Change

This is the CoachingOurselves Reflections 2015 Conference proceedings by Bev Patwell of Patwell Consulting.
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The Delicate Art Of Managing Both Your Boss And Your Employees

The Delicate Art Of Managing Both Your Boss And Your Employees | Sustaining change | Scoop.it

The best leaders are able to manage their employees while adapting to the needs of those higher up on the management hierarchy. Here are six ways to manage up and down at the same time.


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John Michel's curator insight, May 9, 2014 5:05 AM

 The most effective leaders are adept at integrating the demands of managing up and down. They are able to remain effective team leaders while adapting to the needs of those higher up on the management hierarchy. 

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Top 10 TED Talks on Leadership

In many cases earning a PhD means becoming a leader in your field or profession. Here are 10 of the most popular TED Talks about leadership to help you do that well. 1. “Everyday Leadership” Drew Dudley Drew Dudley, the Leadership Development Coordinator at the University of Toronto, spoke to the TEDx audience in 2012 […]

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An Emotional Approach to Strategy Execution

An Emotional Approach to Strategy Execution | Sustaining change | Scoop.it

Leaders who are able to identify and manage patterns of emotions in a collective are better able to make their ambitious strategies a reality.


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Garth Sanginiti's curator insight, January 22, 2014 8:00 PM
"Obviously, freedom of emotional expression needs to be balanced with respect to other individuals’ sensitivities and the company’s interests. But by accurately perceiving patterns of emotions in an organisation, leaders will have greater chance of identifying and channelling negative emotions toward constructive ends. We cannot emphasise enough the urgency in attending to the collective emotions of middle managers whose cooperation is vital to implementing change by giving them greater voice and ownership in the design and implementation of the myriad of details that ensure successful strategy execution."
John Michel's curator insight, January 22, 2014 10:42 PM

Leaders who are able to identify and manage patterns of emotions in a collective are better able to make their ambitious strategies a reality.



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Applying The 40/40/40 Rule In Your Classroom

Applying The 40/40/40 Rule In Your Classroom | Sustaining change | Scoop.it
Applying The 40/40/40 Rule In Your Classroom: Fill The Orange Circle First

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Coherent change management

Coherent change management | Sustaining change | Scoop.it
The ingredients for change management. 1. Vision 2. Urgency 3. A plan 4. Resources 5. Competence. What happens if you miss one? (Here are the ingredients for coherent Change Mangement.
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Leading into Resistance

Leading into Resistance | Sustaining change | Scoop.it

Human progress is neither automatic nor inevitable... Every step toward the goal of justice requires sacrifice, suffering, and struggle; the tireless exertions and passionate concern of dedicated i...


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Matthew Fritz's curator insight, November 29, 2013 9:20 AM
Leading "Up" is always a challenge--and one no leader goes looking for. Resistance is inevitable, but certainly not futile--it helps us to find our strengths and to identify our faults.
John Michel's curator insight, November 29, 2013 1:02 PM

Every great invention or creation of mankind has included a good dose of resistance. All the great social movements in history came into being through fierce resistance. It’s part of our world.

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Only One-Quarter of Employers Are Sustaining Gains From Change Management Initiatives, Towers Watson Survey Finds - WSJ.com

Only One-Quarter of Employers Are Sustaining Gains From Change Management Initiatives, Towers Watson Survey Finds - WSJ.com | Sustaining change | Scoop.it
“ Are you managing to sustain your change management initiatives? Many are not, apparently!! http://t.co/YWSakFKHiR”;
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Sustaining Change Momentum

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“ By Kecia Bal In order to keep change initiatives moving forward, experts say, HR needs to help managers get better at keeping their teams informed, enable them to be successful with the right training and hands-on coaching, and keep them engaged...”
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Appreciative Inquiry and Knowledge Management? No problem.

Appreciative Inquiry and Knowledge Management?  No problem. | Sustaining change | Scoop.it

It’s only in the last few years that I’ve come to appreciate(!) the connections between my world of KM and organizational learning, and the philosophical mindset which underpins Appreciative Inqui...


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Matthew Fritz's curator insight, May 27, 2014 12:47 PM
What's not to like?
David Hain's curator insight, May 28, 2014 9:27 AM

"All of us are smarter than any of us!" ~ Chris Collison.  Nice fresh take on #AppreciativeInquiry as a KM tool.

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11 Leadership Lessons Men Can Learn From Women

11 Leadership Lessons Men Can Learn From Women | Sustaining change | Scoop.it

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CEO_University's curator insight, July 18, 2014 5:47 PM

This is a great article.

Dale Roach's curator insight, September 14, 2014 10:52 PM

Some of the best team leadership skills I have ever discovered came when I was willing to listen to a woman's perspective.

Mark Wilhelms's curator insight, August 3, 2015 11:14 AM

Q. In your opinion, what is one important leadership trait that male leaders can learn from women in business?

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The Future of Self-Improvement, Part I: Grit Is More Important Than Talent

The Future of Self-Improvement, Part I: Grit Is More Important Than Talent | Sustaining change | Scoop.it
“ What if long-term success doesn't really have that much to do with your potential? A look at recent research that debunks talent in favor of true grit.”
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Blueprints for Ensemble Leadership: Choosing the Right Operating Model

Blueprints for Ensemble Leadership: Choosing the Right Operating Model | Sustaining change | Scoop.it

Decisions at the top of global companies are increasingly made through leadership ensembles. To lead effectively, ensembles have to understand how they fit into - and shape - a company’s operating model.


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Efficienarta's curator insight, January 15, 2014 3:14 AM

My sense is that the incubators and diplomats will be increasingly in demand as talent and organisational culture becomes ever more critical to success in our agile world.

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Magnify the Quietest Voices on Your Team

Magnify the Quietest Voices on Your Team | Sustaining change | Scoop.it
Money, power, and influence often flow towards the loudest voices in an organization - but sometimes the quietest voices possess the best answers. Here are some ways to magnify the quiet voices.1.

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The Neuroscience Behind Change Management

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“ Kate Helber over at Future State (a seriously smart woman, by the way) makes a good point about Change Management: A lot of it is ("@changesamurai: http://t.co/mJoiA8lYR0")...”
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Make yourself a "to become" list | SmartBlogs

Make yourself a "to become" list | SmartBlogs | Sustaining change | Scoop.it
Leaders need to constantly develop themselves as human beings. There is so much external change for them to adapt to that the need to be intentional about (Nice idea. Make yourself a "to become" list.

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AlGonzalezinfo's curator insight, December 5, 2013 5:29 AM

Wisdom of the ages...  Great scoop David!

John Michel's curator insight, December 5, 2013 3:12 PM

Your behavior affects those around you. How you conduct yourself is essential to influencing, managing change, fostering teamwork, and developing others. So as you conceive your leadership development plan, think in terms of the behaviors you need to take on or change.

Todd Alan Cudaback's curator insight, December 6, 2013 12:16 PM

Ahh!!! Now this is a great idea. As we near the new year and we bury the goal list that we created last year. Consider a TO BE LIST. The details are in this article

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Sustaining culture change

“ 1www.haygroup.com©2012 Hay Group. All rights reservedSustainingculture changeTrue culture transformation requires more than a cosmetic corporate make-over.How (Transforming organizational #Culture is not for the faint-of-heart!”
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Sustaining behaviour change: Crucial for business | TrainingZone.co.uk

Sustaining behaviour change: Crucial for business | TrainingZone.co.uk | Sustaining change | Scoop.it
“Graham Scrivener tells us how to make the most of our learning events, long after they finish. ”
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