Video discussion with John Dale, Global Energy Practice Lead and Alycia Diggs-Chavis, Executive and Team Coach
This is a Video discussion with John Dale, Global Energy Practice Lead and Krystyna Riley, Strategic Accounts Leader
If you’re leading a decarbonization/net-zero initiative, then you’re utilizing influence skills all the time. So, how can you confirm whether your efforts are paying off? When an overall transformation is both unprecedented and long-term, and the teams involved are variable, it’s hard to know where to look for a sign that everyone’s on board.
Video discussion with John Dale, Global Energy Practice Lead and Kacie Linegar, Business Transformation Expert
When leading an organization through the interconnected changes that are crucial to decarbonization/net-zero, it’s common to face resistance, confusion, or distraction from your workforce. Still, you need to sustain a sense of urgency and high performance.
To keep your teams on track, here’s something you can do immediately and professionally: influence your key stakeholders. Moreover, make a habit of influencing them in subtle, convincing, and genuine ways – ones that are authentically yours.
There comes a moment in every person’s career when you know it’s time to begin crafting the next chapter of your life. My time has come, mostly because I knew I would be hitting a milestone birthday that many, myself included, equate with retirement.
ALULA is conducting a survey of business leaders across many industries to analyze and understand the impact of the various changes in work environments on employee performance. And we are asking for your participation.
Successful organizations have a few things in common. They strive to do great work, delight customers, and provide a positive return for employees and shareholders.
In this two-minute video, Ken Wagner, Ph.D., identifies the one foundational truth that must be present; a cultural set up to help people be successful in their mission.
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.