What New Year’s Resolutions and Organizational Change Have in Common: Tip #6 (Part 7 of 7)

By ALULA posted in Behavior, Leadership, Change Management

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Tip #6 asks you to be accountable for change success. How? 👇 

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What New Year’s Resolutions and Organizational Change Have in Common: Tip #5 (Part 6 of 7)

By ALULA posted in Behavior, Leadership, Change Management

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Tip #5 asks you to make sure leaders can drive change the right way. How? 👇 

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What New Year’s Resolutions and Organizational Change Have in Common: Tip #4 (Part 5 of 7)

By ALULA posted in Behavior, Leadership, Change Management

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Tip #4 asks you to learn about the direct impact of change. How? 👇 

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What New Year’s Resolutions and Organizational Change Have in Common: Tip #3 (Part 4 of 7)

By ALULA posted in Behavior, Leadership, Change Management

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Tip #3 asks you to focus on generating and sustaining momentum. How? 👇 

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What New Year’s Resolutions and Organizational Change Have in Common: Tip #2 (Part 3 of 7)

By ALULA posted in Behavior, Leadership, Change Management

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Tip #2 asks you to understand the relationship between effort and outcome. How? 👇 

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What New Year’s Resolutions and Organizational Change Have in Common: Tip #1 (Part 2 of 7)

By ALULA posted in Behavior, Leadership, Change Management

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Tip #1 asks you to engage with change in the present. How? 👇 

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Women in Leadership: Today’s Hot Topics

By Danielle Hochstein, Ph.D. posted in Leadership, Women in the workplace

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Recently I attended the Women in Leadership panel at the American Manufacturing Summit. The panel included senior leaders from Caterpillar, Cummins, The Boeing Company, Kimberly-Clark Corporation, Philips, and Johnson & Johnson.The conversation focused on sharing personal experiences - both accomplishments and challenges - about being a woman and an executive in male-dominated industries.

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What I Wish I Knew: Women in Leadership Share Lessons on Developing as a Leader

By ALULA posted in Leadership, Women in the workplace

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Recently ALULA's own Danielle Hochstein (Geissler), Ph.D., participated in a leadership roundtable at the American Biomanufacturing Summit in San Francisco, CA. The discussion focused on how to elevate female leaders, especially in male-dominated industries. 

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Proximity Bias: Recognize and Overcome Favoritism in a Hybrid Workplace

By Brian Cole, Ph.D. posted in Leadership, Hybrid Work Environment

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In an ever-shifting hybrid workplace, diversity and inclusion may be even more relevant as new biases develop. One that we’ve already seen manifest is Proximity Bias, when leaders unintentionally favor those working in the office compared to those working remotely. But where does this show up, how does it affect business, and how can you put a stop to such biases?

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Observation: The Most Underappreciated Leadership Skill

By ALULA posted in Leadership

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As we push through the second half of 2021, many unknowns remain from a tumultuous 2020. We’re in uncharted territory, so it’s important to consider what leadership skills will be critical as teams sail this new course.

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