Now is the time ... David Williams is a Consulting Changeologist and Virtual Global Coach with international experience as a senior executive responsible for implementing transformational change across all levels of an organisation. A professionally Accredited Prosci Change Management Practitioner, David has also completed the Advanced Program at the Change Management Learning Center, Chicago, USA. Change Samurai is a Global Resource Centre for the professional change practitioner implementing corporate transformation.
Long overlooked, or at least given a lower priority in many companies, internal communications has seen a surge in perceived value in recent years. Names may change, but it is clear there are two significant and desired action items for employees to ...
As human beings we don't naturally deal with change well, but there are ways to help those around you accept and thrive during times of change. In the modern world change is required for your team to be successful.
Organizations often dedicate a lot of money and resources to change management, yet research shows the efforts often aren’t successful. Understanding why it happens and how to improve can lead to better outcomes. No organization these days can afford to …Read »
To the young and the not too old, I say, look at the horizon, find that rainbow, go ride it. - Lee Kuan Yew, Speech to the Singapore Press Club on Friday, 7 June 1996 at Raffles Hotel Original photo credit: Luke Ma...
Lately, I have spent a great deal of time thinking about the importance of accountability and leadership. When we talk about great leaders, we often discuss characteristics such as being an excellent communicator, charismatic, honest, trustworthy and inspirational. Accountability does not always make it to the top of these lists. Yet, the ability to hold oneself and others accountable is often a defining characteristic that sets great leaders apart.
Next year will mark the twentieth anniversary of John Kotter’s guide to change management Leading Change, which introduced his 8-Step Process for Leading Change within an organization. The book was very influential, but since then the pace of change in the business world has sped up greatly. How do those eight steps look [...]
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