Change management isn’t new but sadly leaders are still pretty dismal at it. Here are six ways you might be derailing your own kick@ss change management goals.
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This feel familiar? Corporate has been talking about software migration for as long as you can remember… Lots of comms. Lots of mentions. ZERO momentum. That’s what I call a zombie project.
This first part is about the most pervasive lie I see wreak havoc on hopeful leaders. You’re running around giving it a whirl and yet there is stil at least one person giving it right back to you.
Today’s topic is part 3 of the deviation from working on others to working on the G.O.A.T… you! Last week we spoke about being a bit kinder to yourself and tooting your own horn. I hope you took some time to do that last week!
Today’s topic is part 2 of the deviation from working on others to working on the G.O.A.T… you! Last week we spoke about your frustration and what might be causing you to feel like you’re just not winning.
Today’s topic is a deviation from working on others to working on the G.O.A.T… you! Burnout, lack of goal clarity, indecision and frustration are all wreaking havoc on your progress. Even worse, they are crippling your ability to lead yourself and your team.
Do not fear the bite Well, this one is a doozie. Not because it’s unachievable, but because you know I need YOU to dig deep on this one. Poor leadership begets poor performance.
I hate corporate jargon but this phenomenon was worthy of me coining a term for it. Radiated zones are these awful things I’ve discovered in nearly every company. Here is what they are, why they are there and what you can do about it.
This is seriously impacting your life. One of the greatest joys in my work is helping leaders like you smash through one of the biggest growth killers they are letting consume their life.
Here’s the second episode of our “CEO Reviews the WORST Managers on Reddit | WTF Wednesdays”. If you want a pick-me-up for less than the length of a Ted Talk, I’ve got ya covered.
Don’t fall into the simplism trap. Your day is chock full of information, solutions and random ‘facts’. The problem? People LOVE overly simplistic concepts that solve next to no problems
Wrong… full stop. Sometimes, the answer has to be no, because the idea/suggestion/option is simply wrong. Here’s what I’m talking about: People can be and are often wrong, but it’s tough to manage.