Positive Change with appreciative questions. Ronald Fry, appreciative inquiry developer, says that everything happens through conversation.
Let's wrap up this year 2020. What did you learn? I hope you discovered that you are stronger than you anticipated. Wishing you your best year yet in 2021.
The best on culture and leadership: If you like to spend some December downtime on reflection, reading, and recharging, read the seven best leadership articles of this past year. What will you do next year?
How do you manage the constant change projects going on? Most people tend to focus on tools and templates. How about driving change through behavior? Check out this approach.
How can you get buy-in to do something about the culture? It's a question people ask me often. "It's obvious: our associates are unhappy with the way we do things around here".
Culture can be the multiplier to either success or failure for organizations.
People are wired to notice what goes wrong, what could be a threat, and what is missing. It’s what saved us during our evolution, in times of danger and scarcity.
So you think you can change? If your culture needs to change or to improve the place to start is where you are: in current culture. What is the way we do things around here?
A corporate CEO invited some executives to a meeting from two different levels. He asked a question and then went around the table getting input.
Seventeen consultants and leaders from four continents spent three days together in a countryside venue on a riverbank. The May 2018 Culture Change Leadership Workshop was intense.