Tag Archives: Change Management

Leading Change: 6 Tips and Best Practices

leading change

Leading change can be a difficult task, but it’s necessary for growth. Still, the capacity to do so effectively has never been more essential. That brings me to an important point: Benjamin Franklin was wrong. But how does the founding father tie into the need for organizations to prepare for change? Allow me to explain….

5 Quotes on Managing Change

quotes on managing change

Change is difficult, but it is an essential part of life and business. Change has an impact on everyone, and everyone responds to change differently. But one thing is certain: we could all use some inspiration and guidance as we navigate personal and professional changes in our own lives. Leading change successfully is a prerequisite…

Change is Painful

change is painful

Change can be excruciatingly painful. It’s difficult to do something one way and then try to do it another way. It is not easy to become comfortable with your current perspective, habits, and ways of operating and then abruptly change course. Change has a wide range of effects on our lives, both personally and professionally….

Leading Through Change More Effectively

leading through change

Leading through change isn’t easy. Not for individuals or businesses. Not for anyone. And when it comes to businesses, one of the most uncomfortable topics for leaders and employees is to talk about change. When employees hear the word, “change,” their bodies tense up with fear, worry, and “Oh, no! What’s going to happen to…

The New Normal in Leadership

new normal in leadership

There is a popular adage by the Greek philosopher, Heraclitus, stating that, “The only constant in life is change.” This has never been experienced in quite the same way as in our world today as we adjust to the new normal in leadership brought upon by the global pandemic. Governments, organizations, institutions, teachers, small businesses,…