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In today's world, organizational change is not an event, it is a lifestyle! If organizations are to survive and thrive, you, the leader, must be able to steer them in ways that anticipate change and respond effectively to shifts in the internal and external business environment. And that means you may have to initiate change in order to manage these inevitable changes. In this show, John will discuss the Leadership and Organizational Change course with Dr. Maureen O. Vanterpool, along with alumni guests Noralynn Spiri and Scott Mawhinney.
JOIN ATD PRESS AUTHOR BOB WHIPPLE " THE TRUST AMBASSADOR' ABOUT HIS NEW BOOK 'TRUST IN TRANSITION".. ITS A KEY TO REORGANIZATIONAL SUCCESS
Consultant, Lecturer in the Department of Organizational Science in he Columbian School of Arts and Sciences at George Washington University, and co-author of The Pivot Point: Success In Organizational Change, Victoria Grady describes how costly it really is for organizations to change successfully. Victoria Grady points out that over 70 percent of all organizational change initiatives fail, and that failure is often mistakenly blamed on employees for being resistant to change. Instead, the failure is due to what Victoria Grady calls a failure to pivot. That important pivot point is reached when employees abandon the old familiar ways of doing things, and embrace acting and performing in a new way. Since people are attached to people, places, events, or processes in the workplace, change leaders must understand both the people and organization. Since this is not always the case, change efforts fail. Victoria Grady shares ideas for improving the success of change initiatives, and for measuring and tracking how employees respond to specific actions in the process.
Daniel is fiercely committed to supporting socially responsible leaders achieve success without losing the deeply held values that inspired them to make the world a better place through their work. If you are looking for a dedicated ally for your growth who can guide you with great strength and compassion to address challenges you may have faced for years, like being more effective with the limited time you have, managing change in a kaleidoscopic marketplace, or dealing skillfully with difficult relationships, then you’re in the right place.
With more than two and a half decades of study and experience in the vagaries of human development, and 11 years owning and managing a mission based business, Daniel challenges his clients to achieve remarkable transformations in their lives and work. Daniel has a BA in Transpersonal Psychology, a Graduate Certificate in Integral theory, and is Certified as an Integral Master Coach.™
“What lights me up about this work is knowing that I’m helping make the world a more sane, happy, and healthy place by supporting those who also are working for the betterment of our planet. Not only do my clients benefit directly, but I get to see all the amazing things they do to make a difference for the lives they touch as well.”
Andy Fleming, CEO & Founding Principal at Way to Grow, Inc. joins the show this month to tell us about Deliberately Developmental Organizations. We'll learn what they are, and why you'd want your organization to be one, and how to go about implementing it in your organization.
As the lines between our work and the rest of our lives blur, it seems more difficult to navigate and differentiate between the two. According to this month's guest, Dr. Jane Goldner, the key, however, is not work-life balance, it's role integration. Tune in to hear how to know if you or others have poor "work-life balance" and what the impact on the organization is, how to go about implementing role integration concepts at work, and how role integration can help alleviate change overload.
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One Less, One More: follow your heart. be happy. change slowly. by Robbie Vorhaus
This on demand audio series is a part of the Executive Girlfriends Group Vignette Series. Chicke Fitzgerald interviews Robbie Vorhaus. The original live interview was 4/17/15.
A marriage in trouble, jeopardized health, and financial pressures culminated on vacation when his family asked: “Dad, are you really happy?” Realizing he was in peril of losing everything he held dear, Robbie courageously followed the advice he had given clients for decades: Follow your heart. Choose to be happy. And consciously make everything better than you found it. The result: Vorhaus closed his agency, moved his family to their small Sag Harbor home, started a leadership and crisis consultancy, and began anew.
Now transformed, healthy, happy, and celebrating a marriage of more than 25 years, Robbie drew on his life’s work and experience to write a column for his local newspaper, The Sag Harbor Express, outlining a step-by-step plan for following your heart and being happy, which, after going viral, became the basis for his next seven years writing, One Less. One More. – Follow Your Heart. Be Happy. Change Slowly.
Robbie is a frequent media contributor on crisis and reputation management, public opinion and current events, featured often on CNN, CNBC, ABC News, Fox News, and USA Today.
His website is http://vorhaus.com/
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1st Guest: Beth Lord, Owner of Write Heart Memories®, Author, Occupational Therapist & Feldenkrais Practitioner.
Beth is an Occupational Therapist, Feldenkrais Practitioner, the once owner of a therapeutic toy catalog company, a pharmaceutical rep for Corporate America and is now an Author and Owner of Write Heart Memories®. Write Heart Memories® is a change agent for self-awareness, self-reflection, healing, rehabilitation, resolution and growth. Beth infuses her extraordinary therapeutic knowledge and wisdom, laughter, love and common sense practices to be supportive of the healthy wholeness of who you are in your body, mind, heart, spirit and soul.
2nd Guest: Letitia Fowler, Certified Health Coach.
As a Board Certified Health Coach and Wellness Educator, Letitia Fowler walks her talk as she supports midlife women to embrace a healthy lifestyle so they can live with vitality and age joyfully. Working by phone, Skype or in-person, Letitia helps her clients access their blueprint for better health by discovering what brings them joy and fulfillment. Letitia firmly believes that health is wealth and aging with vitality is priceless.
3rd Guest: Ellen Barrett, is a best-selling exercise video creator, with award winning titles like Crunch: Fat Burning Pilates and Prevention Magazine’s Flat Belly Diet Workout.From 2006 – 20011, she starred in Fit TV’s All-Star Workouts. She’s the author of four wellness books, including her latest,
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