Category Archives: Leading Change

May 20th, 2013

Leaders Leading Change: How to Hold Each Other Accountable to Follow Through

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Leaders Leading Change: How to Hold Each Other Accountable to Follow Through

“To be accountable means that we are willing to be responsible to another person for our behavior and it implies a level of submission to another’s opinions and viewpoints.”  — Wayde Goodall

As a reminder, here is what we have covered so far and what we’ll cover here in our series on Five Essential Elements of an Effective Change Leadership Program:

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May 17th, 2013

Leaders Leading Change: Are they Walking-the-Walk or Just Talking-the-Talk?

Leaders Leading Change: Are they Walking-the-Walk

Leaders Leading Change: Are they Walking-the-Walk or Just Talking-the-Talk?

In a recent post, I introduced the first two elements of an effective change leadership program, Crafting a Consistent Change Message and Communicating the Message Frequently.

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May 15th, 2013

Leading Change: How to Get Your Leaders Singing from the Same Song Sheet

Leading Change: How to Get Your Leaders Singing from the Same Song Sheet

Leading Change: How to Get Your Leaders Singing from the Same Song Sheet

A few years ago, a sales leader who we worked with on a sales transformation initiative confided in me. He pulled me aside and in a moment of truth admitted that he didn’t know what he should be doing on a day-to-day basis to drive the adoption of this big investment he had just made in his people.

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