Leadership - The Secret to Realizing the Full Potential of Change

By Delores (Dee) Conway posted in Leadership, Change Management, Communicating with Teams, Change, Leader-Led Change


Why is it that most organizational change initiatives tend to fall into one of the following categories:

  • It is slow to launch
  • Are recycled from previous efforts that did not achieve intended outcomes
  • Never realize their full potential
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Making Change STICK

By Delores (Dee) Conway posted in Change, Leader-Led Change

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When I was a young girl, my mother would throw a strand of cooked spaghetti at the wall to see if it would stick. If it stuck, then the spaghetti was done.

Unfortunately, that’s how some leaders approach change! They initiate a change effort, sponsor it, sanction change teams, and may bring in consultants to help design the change. Then, they throw the change against the wall. . . and hope it sticks . . . and, in their minds, the change is “done.”

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Two Factors that Make or Break Organizational Transformations

By Danielle Hochstein, Ph.D. posted in Leadership, Operational Excellence, Digital Transformation, Organizational Transformation, Change


The cost of a failed transformation to a company can be astronomical.  Not just in invested resources, but in man hours and opportunities lost. Why then do so many company transformations fail?

Danielle Geissler, Ph.D., shares two of the most important things that can make or break your transformation.

In this two-minute video learn what can most often get in your way, as well as why leaders are in the best position to create and sustain an environment for successful transformation.

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