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Part II – Reality Check

Thoughtful and intentional leadership is essential to successfully guide teams through change. Last week we discussed the importance of creating context and communicating the change …

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Why Does the Path Matter?

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Change Triage

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Change Management

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Change Happens, Like the Weather

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Excite Through Experience 

There is an excellent book by Joe Pine and James Gilmore about the Experience Economy. You can read the original …

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Selfie Leadership 

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