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Change Management
Change Management
Of all the valuable skills you’ll acquire, learning to deal effectively with discomfort is one of the most important. Consider all the times you’ve wanted to do something, but either never started or came up short. It’s likely that your inability to handle the resulting discomfort was the cause. If you could handle discomfort better,...
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Change Management
Have you ever been in a position where shifting your perspective would help you manage change?  You may have felt annoyed, frustrated, scared, or even trapped—the change was going to happen whether you liked it or not. This may have caused you to feel stressed for days, weeks, or even months. But what if you...
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Struggling to change
The evidence that change is hard; over 80% of New Year’s resolutions are abandoned within a week. If change were easy, we’d all be wealthy, fit, and happy. It’s frustrating when you know what you want to do, but you can’t get yourself to do it consistently. If the new behavior would obviously be of...
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time management and work-life balance
Have you ever wished you had more time in the day? Or maybe you just needed to figure out what to prioritize? Amid constant change, crisis, and chaos, it becomes incredibly challenging to determine what to focus on and what to prioritize. Most often, we label this as needing to focus on time management. The...
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Manage change have acceptance
Ironically, the way to enhance your sense of self-control is to let go of control and surrender. This is known as the Paradox of Surrender. Surrender means we choose to let go of things that you cannot control and focus on the things you can control. Rather than trying to control the uncontrollable, surrender involves...
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Resilience Business Organization
Resilience is the ability to bounce back, and even bounce forward, in times of adversity. Individual attributes can be developed to strengthen one’s resilience, but a group of resilient individuals does not equate to a resilient organization. There are different factors at play once you consider resilience within a system of interrelatedness and interdependencies. As...
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Managing Change
In any time of crisis or disruption, we have the opportunity to start fresh and create a new normal. This is however much easier said than done. In my experience, I have found that some people are better at adapting to change than others. I have low ‘adaptability’ on the Gallup Clifton Strengths Finder. Honestly,...
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Culture Conflict
Shifting the culture of a company is considered an advanced leadership skill, since culture is fundamentally comprised of relationships.  When conflict ensues, miscommunication persists, and drama becomes pervasive, the economical toll on a company is disastrous.  Lack of trust and constant fear perpetuate wasted time spent on gossiping, planning defenses, protecting turf, and assembling allies....
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I feel like I’ve been in a time warp the past few years.  I know as you get older, time goes by more quickly, but seriously?! I made the decision to return to school five years ago to answer a question that had been nagging me for years.  Some people are able to overcome difficulties...
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Change Management
“When you can’t change the direction of the wind – adjust your sails,” is a quote from inspirational writer, H. Jackson Brown, Jr. As a professional coach, I’ve used this quote with my clients many times. I often go on to explain it further, saying, “If a sailor knows a storm is coming from a...
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