How brands can walk the talk… Edmond Mellina wrote this article for a special issue of Effective Executive (India) on the non-for-profit sector. To illustrate his points, Edmond drew on our firm’s consulting engagement with a non-profit client respected internationally for its poverty alleviation activities.
Emotions are hugely powerful. But most managers barely tap into that power when driving organizational change. That is the reason we stress to participants in our change leadership learning programs the importance of building the emotional case for change – not just the business case.
This week I’ve been attending the annual conference of the Canadian Society for Training & Development (CSTD) – I will be presenting a client case on the last day of the event. Listening to other speakers is a great opportunity to stop and reflect. A comment by a fellow presenter yesterday got me to think about
A little story to illustrate the power of a 4-word sentence that should be in the toolbox of every change leader…
With this post, we are continuing our blog series on change management capability building. We will discuss the second stage of our 4-stage model (see figure) – Stage 2 | BUILD UP – which is characterized by a structured and focussed effort throughout the organization. It represents a critical step toward threading change management into the corporate culture.