Before you publicly pronounce the words culture change, ask four questions to determine whether it’s the best solution. You may find there’s an easier, more direct, and faster way to achieve your desired end results.
If you’re leading a transformation, now or in the future, It’s well worth your time to read what Gloria Steinem, the Mayor of Atlanta, and community organizers, know about how to lead with influence.
In one short radio broadcast, Ralph Edwards set out to raise $20,000 and succeeded in raising $200,000. His five essential communications for inspirational leaders are worth noting.
As a leader, there are times when it’s best for you to take a stand, to be certain, to explain and to defend your actions. There are times, however, when it’s best to be curious and explore. These leadership lessons from music director, Marin Alsop, show you when and how.
What is the one thing leaders need to know to ignite and sustain transformation? When offered a choice between the path to evolution and the path to stagnation, people will choose….
You have a vision that involves leading culture change. You selected a change sponsor and have identified clear goals for you team. If you think your role ends there, get ready to watch things fizzle. You can delegate some roles and actions, but you absolutely must maintain visibility as the Chief Culture Change Officer and sustain four ongoing commitments to action.