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5 Reasons Why Organizational Change Fails

Our brains are hardwired to resist change. When change (especially organizational change) is mentioned or introduced, it often triggers a fear response, which is why most of us are so darn resistant to our familiar world deviating from what we know, even by the smallest degree. Neuroscience Impacts Organizational Change Efforts Jacob Shriar explains: “As

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Use a High Inclusive Approach When Leading Change

Do you feel like in a roller coaster? Are you asking yourself? “What will social distancing look like for us?” “Who have you consulted with?” “How will our performance goals be adjusted?” “What if I don’t have access to childcare?” “What precautions have been put in place to make sure it’s safe to return to

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|YOU| Can Drive The Change

The Coronavirus is accelerating one of the biggest business transformations in decades. Yes, it’s a health crisis but for most companies, it’s also an incredible opportunity to transform. Consider a bizarre thought. In the middle of a pandemic, our research now shows that companies are treating their employees better than ever. And employee engagement, a

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Mindfulness is a vital skill to unleash your potential in your career and in any area of your life

Look what Harvard Business Review says: “Mindfulness should no longer be considered a “nice-to-have” for executives. It’s a “must-have: a way to keep our brains healthy, to support self-regulation and effective decision-making capabilities, and to protect ourselves from toxic stress. It can be integrated into one’s religious or spiritual life or practiced as a form

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