Category: Change Management

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Communication or Change Management?

I had an interesting conversation recently with a consultant in my strategic network about defining the real point of managing…

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Do You Have The Right Mindset to Lead Change?

If you’ve read any of my previous articles you will have noticed that I often write about different aspects of…

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The Key to Gaining Buy-In For Your Change Initiative

I recently completed a project that had me thinking about the importance of change champions in the success of change…

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People Data Completes Change Management Training Programs 

Off-the-shelf change management training is great.  I hold a certification from one of the big ones and have experience with…

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“But, we’ve always done it this way!” 

Recently I read a quote that really resonated with me. The quote by Jack Canfield stated, “If you want something…

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The Many Facets of “Return to Office” Decisions

Recently I’ve noticed a heated debate going on in my newsfeed.  As the pandemic transformed the way we live and…

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Change Management and Talent Optimization – The New Recipe for Successful Transformation Projects 

Change is hard. Whether personally or professionally, change is fraught with uncertainty and can lead to frustration and fear of…

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Leading Transformational Change

“Everyone has a plan until they get hit in the mouth.” ~Mike Tyson  A recurring theme in our community is…

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Leading Through Transition

“It isn’t the changes that do you in, it’s the transitions. They aren’t the same thing. Change is situational – the move…

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Pulling yourself from the Valley of Despair

Pulling myself from my own Valley of Despair was not an easy journey, but I was reminded of a few critical steps in the process. Ironically (or not), these actually tie back to the core values of Positive Delta. I'd like to share some guidance that may help you if you're trying to pull yourself from that same low feeling.

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