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There are a lot of change management experts and approaches to choose from. How can you tell the good ones from the bad ones? Beth Banks Cohn, President and Founder of ADRA Change Architects, joins the show to warn us of the red flags to watch out for, and share the hallmarks of good change management practice. Listen in to become a better consumer (and provider!) of change management methodologies and services.
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Halifax, Nova Scotia - Have you ever created a strategic plan and not followed through? Set a goal you didn’t meet? Broken a New Year’s Resolution?
Most change efforts fail - whether in the corporate world or in our personal lives. For many people change, or the prospect of change, is daunting.
It doesn’t have to be like that, says Faythe Buchanan, founder of Painless Change Management. According to Faythe there are good reasons why we find change difficult - and specific strategies that can make change easy.
“People come wanting to make change. But they don’t believe it’s going to happen. It’s really fun to watch my clients change, and change easily, especially when they never thought it was possible.”
For more than 20 years Faythe has helped individuals and companies achieve the change they desire. She teaches strategies for making change easy through coaching, training, keynotes and writing.
“What people come away with is an immense sense of hope that things can be different and they can do it,” says Faythe.
Change is impossible if you don’t understand how your brain works, says Faythe. Motivating values come from three different areas of the brain. If these don’t line up, then our conscious goals are different from what we want to feel and our experience may send us in another direction. “How can we change if we are going in three directions at once?”
Faythe helps clients shift their perspective and identify the unconscious patterns that interfere with change.
“People keep coming through the door because what I do works. I’ve seen people make magnificent changes.”
For more information about Faythe’s Painless Change Management, visit http://www.whatsholdinguback.com/.
We are in the age of complexity. The organizational life-span is shrinking, the pace of innovation is the highest it's ever been and it continues to accelerate. For organizations to remain relevant in today's world, they need more effective and adaptable processes for managing change.
Jason Little, author of Lean Change Management, joins the show this month to discuss the collection of innovative practices for managing organizational change. He combines ideas from many communities, including the Lean Startup, Agile and Lean worlds, to create an adaptable and scalable model for managing the complexity of change in today's world.
It is said that what is measured, is what is capable of change. But everything can be measured and everything can be changed overnight. However, 65% of change efforts fail and yes, some of that is attributed to the change management process, but come on let's not put all of the accountability on the change management folks. What about the data analysis and findings that gave life to the change? Yes, data does lie. And that's because numbers can tell you what you want them to tell you. There are a lot of qualitative data that are overlooked everyday in organizations because they are easier to put into an excel sheet and present for buy-in decisions, not because they are the whole truth. During this episoce, we will discuss one area that Data is highly used, yet not necessarily in the most effective way.
Rick Maurer, author of Beyond the Wall of Resistance, returns to the show to discuss how to gain support for change, especially how to move people from being grumblers to becoming allies using a tool called The Energy Bar™.
Michael Jenkins is the president of Intelligent Leader Solutions, LLC and creator of Poductive Change Management, a program designed to develop high-performing teams, leaders and individuals through tension management strategies.
Michael is a Board Certified Coach and a US Navy Veteran. He has more than 30 years business experience which includes leading and directing organizational teams. He has a bachelor's degree from San Diego State University, and a master's degree in Organizational Management from the University of Phoenic.
Michael is also a contributing author of the new best selling book "Experts Wisdom - Life Changing Principles & Transformational Business Strategies from the Go -To Authorities".
How well do you know your linen, their fabrics, their care and how to make a bed? This show is all about making a bed, properly and the sort of fabric sheets are made from and the history of linens. We will talk mattress size and more.....
The TalentCulture #TChat Show is back live on Wednesday, November 4, 2015, from 1-2 pm ET (10-11 am PT).?
Last week we talked about how hiring managers can reduce the cost of hiring, and this week we’re going to talk about how to make meetings worth everyone’s time.
Meetings have been the bane of business since the beginning of business time. Too many of us feel that meetings are time-wasting, energy-sapping affairs. Most meetings feel like useless gatherings endured at the expense of the real work that needs to get done.
But the good news is that meetings can be places where people do meaningful work, make plans, reach decisions, make commitments, and grow and develop and where everyone decides to get behind a task.
Changing meetings from time wasting to time valued from energy sapping to energy producing, requires a different approach to designing, leading, and contributing in meetings. It means a change in direction. It means making new choices.
Join TalentCulture #TChat Show co-founders and co-hosts Meghan M. Biro and Kevin W. Grossman as they talk about how to make meetings worth everyone’s time with this week’s guests: Dick and Emily Axelrod, founders of The Axelrod Group, Inc., a consulting firm that pioneered the use of employee involvement to effect large-scale organizational change.
Thank you to all the TalentCulture sponsors, partners and supporters!
As the Paris conference and proposed global agreement on climate change begins to unfold,what is the spiritual truth behind the issues? Let us revisit what the ascended masters shared with Mark Prophet more than forty years ago regarding pollution, climate change and population control. This perspective of the beings of the Heaven-world is recorded in the book Climb the Highest Mountain.
Power, yours and the effort to make change!
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How weak and powerless are we? There is a phrase that is floating all around the internet on blogs, emails and social media. It’s one that goes usually something like this “Well (insert government program) sucks but I can’t do anything about it.” This is very interesting to me. Its clearly a statement following frustration but just how much time do we put towards ‘doing something about it. So the question is what can we do? If we have the time what do we do with it? It will be a show about what we must do and how we can do it. I have a great article to consider as well as other methods to talk about. It’s very important that we understand how much power we do have and the things we can do to change the course of our struggling nation.
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