The biggest leadership challenge of our times is the ability to embrace change. It’s tumultuous but exciting, and there are many examples of progressive, human-centered organizations finding ways to make a profit while also doing good.
Organizations need to become change-proof, and change-proof resilience is about how leaders develop their own resilience and model it for their teams.
Work presents many challenges. While change is stressful, it also presents a big opportunity — a rare chance to overhaul your company culture.
Resistance to change (RTC) is characterized as an individual’s response against change that manifests through behaviors like denial, opposition or refusal.
When developing a strategy of how to identify emerging leaders, one method is to assess the individual’s hard-line performance and their soft skills.
Here are five tips for leaders preparing to face the rocky roads that are sure to be ahead of us.
As we begin to venture into a post COVID-19 world, a continuous improvement mindset will be the kindest gift we can give ourselves.
Given our dependence on technology and new ways of thinking about learning, we constantly need to manage change.
The ability to lead change and the ability to embrace change are the two most business-critical skills for any organization.
If the global COVID-19 pandemic has taught us anything, it’s that change management is a critical skill that can make or break an organization.