Category: Change Management

The Myth of Directing Change

Directing Change - not what it's cut out to be!

When you think about the successful change efforts you’ve seen, either at work or in your personal life,  have they been heroically directed or skilfully facilitated?  I thought of this when reading a recent Globe and Mail article. George Edwards, a leading

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Don’t miss a thing in your change project

Ask 12 people what’s going on during change and you’ll get a dozen different answers. Researchers know that change within a dynamic human system – our workplaces – is volatile, uncertain, complex and ambiguous; ” VUCA”! Faced with charged words like

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The Busy Person’s Path to Personal Change

 I recently led a workshop on Change Management for HR professionals in Toronto. Most people are familiar with the planning and communication skills needed for the objective side of change; the new behaviours and new systems we want to put

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