Tag Archives: change management consulting
Posted on17. Mar, 2011 by Shawn Murphy.
At the beginning of this three part blog series, I shared that 70% of changes executives attempt to make in the business fail. It’s unconscionable that such an investment continues to happen without more decision makers changing how they cause change. The high failure rate can be reduced. In this final post in the series, [...]
Posted on02. Aug, 2010 by Shawn Murphy.
I see and experience repeatedly the lack of time senior executives have. It’s a meeting marathon the moment they arrive at the office. And when the organization is going through change the executive is pulled in even more different directions. Given change’s intangibility, it’s easy to put off dealing with plans to bring about change. [...]
Posted on27. Jul, 2010 by Shawn Murphy.
A manager from one of our clients contacted me recently to discuss a concern she had. In separate interactions, numerous employees had shared with her how stressed out they were. Understandably she was concerned. She contacted me to bounce around some ideas for a team building exercise to reduce stress. First, let’s recognize the manager [...]
Posted on30. Jun, 2010 by Shawn Murphy.
So today we conclude the month long leadership blog series Wake Up & Shake it Up. Throughout the month guest bloggers provided insights into how you can shake up your leadership style. But more specifically, shake up your leadership style to reconnect with and inspire your employees and restore optimism back in the workplace. Thank [...]
Posted on27. Jun, 2010 by Cyrus Aram.
We are entering the final day of Wake Up & Shake it Up. Today we look at culture’s undeniable influence on strategy and success. Cyrus Aram is the Director of Strategy & Operations, helping to lead the GTS Transformation. He brings over 17 years of private and public sector experience in the areas of customer [...]
Posted on24. May, 2010 by Shawn Murphy.
It’s time to wake up. It’s time to reclaim and restore optimism in the workplace. It’s time to shake up your leadership style, actions, and way of being. You can’t lead today like you did yesterday. The economy has changed things. It’s changed how to achieve success. Relying on familiar patterns of thought and action [...]
Posted on16. May, 2010 by Becky Shook.
A Viewpoint Piece from Becky Shook The Public Sector and The Toxic Work Environment A bad economy can often lead to “less than” ideal work environments. Like no other time in many decades has the devastating economy had such a hand in toxic environments arising everywhere. Private sector companies have done widespread lay-offs, benefit cuts, [...]