An expert in government change management says that the public servants who are most hesitant to change haven’t been helped to adjust to it.
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You have probably seen much said about leading a team through change and transition. There are also many frameworks and tools that help leaders deal with managing change. What is less articulated is the softer side of change. Here, I am not just speaking of a focus on people. Nor am I about to giveRead… Read more »
At a basic level, a leader’s job is to make decisions. Understanding decision-making styles is a key persuasion technique that will lead to success.
“Innovation” is the buzzword we always hear. We’re encouraged to do innovate but are afraid of doing it. Why?
In order to see the change you want in the New Year or even in a new month, you must be intentional and have a purposeful understanding on why your request needs to be completed.
The only way real change can result is when people feel free to push the boundaries and create new pathways to change.
Finding a name for one’s restlessness, impulsivity, and distractibility can be such a relief. But, the realization can also cause new stresses.
When employees feel truly appreciated for what they do and who they are, resistance to change can be reduced significantly.
Changing the accepted organizational culture can be overwhelming. Experts say it is not enough to come up with a list of company values and post them online or on an office wall. As a leader and team you have to believe in and support every individual in the organization to share cultural values.
One of the key principles of design is positive ambiguity. Learn how it can be an enabler of government innovation.