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2018 Leadership Tips

Five Key Issues That Can Make or Break Your Plans

 

“It is not the strongest or the most intelligent who will survive but those who can best manage change.”

~Charles Darwin

For those of us in the change management business, 2017 provided us many opportunities and challenges. As we look forward into 2018, here are five important topics that need to be on your leadership planning “radar screen”.

  1. The importance of grassroots efforts

Grassroots organizing isn’t just for issues in the political sphere. While public organizations will always have an opportunity to flourish and grow from the efforts of engaged citizens, these same strategies can be leveraged to great effect in both the corporate and non-profit arenas.

  1. Generational inclusion

It’s an inevitable fact – as sure as the tides change, so does the generational makeup of any organization. As Baby Boomers continue to age out, retire, and slow down in order to enjoy their golden years, Gen X’ers and Millennials rise to take their place. Each generation has its own unique needs and desires, and this means that change management is all about being cognizant of these differences. Recruitment, retention, and interpersonal relationships all need to be adjusted and viewed through this generational lens. Read More

Supercharge Your Team!

Why Your Board, Team, or Business Needs a Vision Statement and Action Plan

Nothing is going to be handed to you — you have to make things happen.”

                                                     ~Florence Griffith Joyner “Flo-Jo”

Have you ever felt that regardless of how hard you and your team work, you just go in circles? The problem may be that you haven’t decided where you want to go and have not created a roadmap showing how to get there. Whether it’s a board, team or business, organizations that thrive have a clear vision and a plan to achieve their goals.

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