Category Archives: Change Management

Is the Emperor with His New Clothes Leading in Your Organization?

Sometimes the childhood story of “The Emperor’s New Clothes” is a useful metaphor for business situations.  The story is about an egotistical Emperor that was manipulated into wearing clothes made of an invisible fabric in which those unable to see the fabric were presumed to be either unfit for their posts or hopelessly stupid.  As […]

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Leading Change by Firing Up Engagement

Has your organization learned how to manage through the environment of constant change, but is challenged by employees who have become fatigued in the process?  The 2013 Gallup Report on the State of the American Workplace concluded the following about employees: 30% are engaged and inspired at work 50% are not engaged, they are just […]

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