Category Archives: Change Management

Change Your Questions, Change Your Results Fast

You get more of what you ask questions about. Ask about what’s not working or needs to be fixed and you learn about what’s broken. Ask about what’s best and how to create more of it, and you get more of it. In 1985, David Cooperrider, a budding thought leader in the positive psychology and…

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This Will MAKE or BREAK Your Marketing Impact, Production & Profitability

 Having a clear and compelling purpose is a huge differentiator between those who get stuck on a hamster wheel… and those who actually get ahead and break through to new levels in their practices and lives. I’m tired of seeing talented planners suffer because they’ve lost sight of their purpose in the crush of busyness.…

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Change creates transition which throws people and businesses into the neutral zone of uncertainty

Why Your Brain Hates New Year’s Resolutions And What To Do About It

Every year during the holidays, I take stock of my accomplishments in the year that’s ending and set new goals and resolutions for the new year ahead. Do you do that, too? For many of us, New Year’s offers an amnesty for goals and resolutions not fully met, and a chance to do and be…

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William Bridges On Why Changes Are Hard, Even When You Really Want Them

Inside of every change is a transition, or a series of transitions. And, therein lies the rub…and where the rubber meets the road. While changes can be planned and managed, people need to be led through transitions. Not addressing transitions effectively is a key contributor to the estimated 70 percent failure rate of organizational change efforts. My…

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