Leaders are always important in change, but in reboarding, we have unique and challenging roles. We need to blaze new trails, draw new maps and find ways to inspire our colleagues to join us on the journey.
The challenges associated with persuading people to change how they think, feel and act often cause leaders to pursue compliance over commitment.
The glass cliff is a form of discrimination in which women are more likely to be promoted or hired into leadership roles during times of crisis — when the odds of failure are higher.
Leaders will need to adapt their current ways of doing business to meet the new demands of their constituents — both employees and customers.
"Change" and "change fatigue" are contributing to a spectrum of workplace issues -- from extreme stress and burnout, to rising behavioral health issues, and cultural and performance challenges.
The leadership mindset does not lend itself to preparedness in the ordinary world of lists and notes. Rather, it falls into its own realm of a mental preparedness needed to take on the risk of leading change.
The St. Louis Blues went from being in last place in the league on January 3 to winning the Stanley Cup in June. What does hockey have to do with team dynamics and leadership? Here are the seven leadership lessons that I’ve learned this season.
As you scan the horizon of failed corporate change efforts, occasionally, you find an organization that successfully implemented a massive and permanent shift in behavior. Is the difference dumb luck, or can we learn from the best?
Every transformation is, at its core, about ideas. You can’t change fundamental behaviors without first changing fundamental beliefs. That’s why every change effort needs to start with training to indoctrinate the values and skills that will drive...