Archive for Change Leadership

It’s Called Indecision… I Think?

Aug 17, 2010 6 Comments by

By now everyone who follows football knows all they need to know about the infamous indecision of Brett Favre.  After a long career in Green Bay that included a Super Bowl win, the future Hall of Fame quarterback announced a tearful retirement a couple years ago only to come back and play a hot and […]

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A Sponsor Question…

Aug 11, 2010 1 Comment by

Vote on our most recent poll question: What’s the most important thing a Change Sponsor can do to ensure a change is successful? As always, vote early and often… and don’t hesitate to comment and forward the link to others. -Steve

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August 2010 Poll: Identifying Stakeholders

Aug 08, 2010 1 Comment

The August 2010 poll asks for your feedback about mistakes made when identifying stakeholders for change.

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Abraham Unrivaled

Aug 03, 2010 2 Comments

Abraham Lincoln placed preservation of the Union ahead of his own political ambition by appointing some of his most vigorous rivals to his cabinet. By engaging these rivals, he crafted better decisions and built support for positions that may have otherwise strengthened his opposition.

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…Decisions, Decisions…

Jul 30, 2010 1 Comment

Effective and timely decisions can often influence the success of your change initiative. Consider these 5 ways that leaders and teams can make decisions and keep the momentum for change moving along.

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Racers and Pacers

Jul 30, 2010 3 Comments

When it comes to picking Change Agents, one lesson I’ve learned is that everyone adapts to change at a different pace. So it can help to select a variety of Change Agents – including a few Racers and a few Pacers.

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