Failure to Empower Failure May Cause Failure

“In times of change, learners inherit the earth, while the learned find themselves beautifully equipped to deal with a world that no longer exists.”– Eric Hoffer In this age of technology, organizations must deal not only with disruption and convergence,...

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Guiding Change – Does HR Add Value?

By Chris Edgelow What human resources professional isn’t involved with change? HR work lies at the critical intersection of business and people - and that intersection is a very turbulent place these days. Building competency with guiding change is...

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Change Management? Think ‘Loss’ Management

By Bree Groff I have always identified as a change junkie. It’s why I’m in the business of change management. Why I’ve lived in five different cities in the past ten years. And yet, I make my coffee the exact same...

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Creating Space for Change: A Little Bit Goes a Long Way

By John Whitehead The difference between the best and the worst, between success and failure, between mediocrity and excellence, is often very small. Witness how tight the spread between first and last place can be in an Olympic downhill race....

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Are You Prepared For Change?

By John Whitehead Change is constant and occurs whether we like it or not. Understanding its components on a personal level can help us translate that understanding to the organizational level; an important thing as organizational change typically affects...

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The Four Keys to Increasingly Complex Change

By Murad Salman Mirza The dilemma of harvesting rich rewards while balancing the risks of marginalization/capitulation makes the prospect of change enticing as well as ominous in the inherently agile digital world. Change is no longer interpreted in terms of being...

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The HR Mindset: Keeping People First

By Nancy Painter For years now, HR professionals have heard that they need to understand their organization’s business to be effective. The question is—does business understand HR? “You can talk to 20 different leaders, and each can have a different idea...

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“Learning In” to Create a High-Performance Culture: Psychological Safety Key to Unlocking Breakthrough Results

By Bernadette Smith Have you created a work environment that, in theory, has all the elements to breed high performance, but are still not seeing the breakthroughs needed to propel your organization to the next level? What is it that...

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