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Why is it so hard to focus on managing change?

Why is it so hard to focus on managing change?

I’m always concerned when I see organizations that have a big change coming and they’re not focusing on preparing for it. What do I mean by big change? Implement a brand new CRM or ERP Start operations in a new country Sell or spin off part of the organization Acquire...

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8 Change Management Questions to Ask Before you Start

8 Change Management Questions to Ask Before you Start

#1 – Where are we right now Take time to analyse your company culture. What’s painful about where we are. What happens if we just stay here? #2 – The big What Being clear on what it is we are trying to change. Expressing clearly and simply what the end state will look...

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Are Your People Burning Out at Work?

Are Your People Burning Out at Work?

May 2019, the World Health Organization (WHO) has included burnout a health condition. Here is the official definition taken from the WHO site. “Burn-out is a syndrome conceptualized as resulting from chronic workplace stress that has not been successfully managed. It...

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Breaking the Leadership Mold : 6 Trends

You’re a leader, I know because that’s who’s on my list. That’s who I’ve worked with the most in the past 10 years. No need to try to hide from the leadership trends here. They are entering the workspace and they will change the concept of work itself. No survey, no...

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Money Matters, Do You Know Where Your Money Is?

Money Matters, Do You Know Where Your Money Is?

Easter 2017 my life changed, my financial life that is. I did not lose or make any money, that’s not it. On Easter weekend in 2017 I attended a 3-day intensive workshop where 600 people learned the basics for managing their money. Why was I there? Almost by accident....

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Leadership as a Lifestyle

Leadership as a Lifestyle

What if leadership was a lifestyle? I went to sleep last night with this inspiration in mind. It came from all those Instagram feeds that are so successful and that are lifestyle oriented. I like them too. For me, leadership is a lifestyle. It’s a way of being at all...

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5 Dimensions of Leadership

5 Dimensions of Leadership

I never get tired of reading and writing about leadership. I remember in university a professor of leadership told us that there were so many books about leadership in our library that it felt like it was an infinite subject. A beat-up subject he even said. Well, I...

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9 Types of Intelligence According to Gardner

9 Types of Intelligence According to Gardner

My intention for this article: expand possibilities. Today’s subject is not a new thing. In fact, more than 30 years ago Gardner started publishing his research on the multiple types of intelligence. Before that, the standard way of defining intelligence was the...

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Transfering Your Experience to a New Organization

Transfering Your Experience to a New Organization

My intention is to reflect together on a possible leadership blind spot when starting a new job. To me, the #1 mistake is Going too fast. So you just started a new job. You’re a people leader in the new organization and perhaps, an added challenge: you got that...

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4 Decisions Making Pitfalls and How to Avoid Them

4 Decisions Making Pitfalls and How to Avoid Them

Let's jump right in. Analysis paralysis (the issue of not taking a decision at all) This is my personal favorite. I’ve seen this happen time and time again. It’s been discussed, it needs to be decided but we still need some data. The data we have is not complete...

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