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Influence Change at Work

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The position of internal change agent – wherever it falls in the organization – can be a tricky one. You are responsible for influencing the organization, usually without the direct authority to do so. This show explores the different ways to influence organizational change, from the point of view of someone who is not calling the shots. (Formerly The Change Agent's Dilemma show.)

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Since it's the New Year, you may be renewing your efforts to get approval for a change initiative or project that you want to see happen. Unfortunately, not everyone in your organization has the same understanding or feels as strongly... more

Tune in on Tuesday, December 8 to learn 3 myths about organizational change. Change agents who buy into these beliefs may find their initiative stuck in a rut. Learn more about how to influence change in your organization at... more

Almost everyone in corporate America (and beyond) can relate to having to deal with a boss or another organizational leader who lacked self-awareness. Leaders who are oblivious to their own negative impact on colleagues... more

Accountability is one of those principles of business that is an important foundation of organizational culture but is easily shrugged off as a buzz-word. Ask someone in your organization to define accountability, and you may hear any... more

Guest Robert Gold of Tenacious Tortoise, LLC will talk about the workforce measures you need to monitor to ensure that you have the resources you need to implement change.Gold, an experienced management consultant, will describe... more

This week EnclariaRadio host Heather Stagl welcomes guest Liisa Hardaloupas of ExecuCoach LLC to share her expertise on the subject of resilience. Resilience is the capacity to incorporate and move on from a disruption or change. Tune in... more

For advocates of organizational change, power is the ability to get things done either by influencing others or by making decisions. Possessing power means that colleagues are more likely to do what you ask, respect your opinion, and follow... more

Buy-in is the bare minimum level of support you can get for your change initiative. (Think of how many people say they support your project but then act in ways that diminish its effectiveness.) Listen in to hear different levels of support leaders... more

The success rate of organizational change projects is a dismal 30%. Did you know that for projects that use someone other than the boss as the project manager that success is even more rare? The reason: mismanaged roles and... more
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