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Leadership Matters #18: Leadership Agility for Leading Change

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Profound shifts in the business environment make it harder than ever to succeed in leading organizational change. No wonder most change efforts don’t achieve their desired outcomes. Join change expert, Bill Joiner, co-author of Leadership Agility, to learn about the new set of best practices needed to lead change in today’s turbulent environment. You’ll come away with specific tips for framing your change initiatives, working with stakeholders, and developing creative solutions to tough problems. --- Bill Joiner is co-author of the award-winning book, Leadership Agility. He is a respected change consultant with decades of experience helping leaders successfully bring about needed changes in organizational structures, systems, processes, and cultures. His firm, Changewise, provides consulting services that include Creative Strategic Thinking, Leadership Culture Assessment and Transformation, the Fast-Track Change Process, and the Creative Breakthrough Process. Bill has also integrated his change consulting experience and the research underlying Leadership Agility to create the Agile Change-Leader Lab, a workshop for managers and internal leadership development professionals that accelerates the effective leadership of organizational change. Bill is also the author of numerous articles, including “Creating a Culture of Agile Leaders.” For nine years, Bill served as an adjunct faculty member in the Leadership for Change program at Boston College. He has a BA and MBA from Southern Methodist University and earned his Doctorate in Organization Development at Harvard University. Learn more about Leadership Agility at http://www.ChangeWise.com . You can contact Bill at bj[at]changewise.biz
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leadership agility
change management
organization development
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