Bookmark This! Change Management Edition

HR Bartender

I’ve been hearing lots of conversation about change. Whether it’s organizations that need to change OR departments that want to be more agile so they can respond to change OR individuals who want to create a change in their lives. Change is hard.

Change Management: Better Coaching, Better Results

Employee Communications Council

Change management is a necessary and sometimes messy part of HR’s job within any organization. These days, workplaces and companies have to change quickly or be left behind. Change Management Research: Coaching is Key. Help Your Managers.

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Positive Change Management Starts With Yourself

ATD Human Capital

Cultivating this positivity can help us manage the emotions that come along with change. Change is inevitable, but suffering with the change is self-induced. This change had a ripple effect. Consider the importance of well-being.

The Difference Between Change Management and Change Leadership

Eagle's Flight

Change is inevitable, and for organizations everywhere, things are moving faster than ever before. Whether it is a result of organizational initiatives, a merger or acquisition, a leadership transition, or simply shifting market conditions, it isn’t about if, or even when change will occur.

A New Change Management Model: Change From the Inside-Out

Inpower Coaching

Last year I wrote an article on this blog called Reframing Change Management Theory as an Act of Creation , which summarizes how I’ve come to approach change management in my capacity as a coach and consultant. Change Management is a Journey.

The Many Benefits of Coaching Employees

Workplace Psychology

Coaching is helping another person reach higher levels of effectiveness by creating a dialogue that leads to awareness and action.” In the classic coaching book, Coaching for Performance (2009), the late John Whitmore described numerous benefits of coaching.

Reframing Change Management Theory as an Act of Creation

Inpower Coaching

As a technology and marketing professional, an executive coach and a human recovering from trauma, I have studied change ever since I can remember. It’s a well-documented fact that we fail at organizational change far more often than we succeed.

Around the Bonfyre: Susan Heller on Change Management Communication

Bonfyre

Susan Heller didn’t start her career pursuing change management communication, but discovered her aptitude for it almost by fate. She started communicating changes to employees–the “tough kind of change” like organization restructuring, changes to job roles, and even layoffs.

The Right Coach Matters

Lee Hecht Harrison

The right coach often requires executives to select a coach who is different from them. Like the other day, I received a call from one of the organizations where we have multiple coaching engagements. He simply wanted a coach that understood the business.

Change Management: How to Prepare your Workforce for Transition

Mitrefinch

If there is one constant in the business world and in life, it is the concept of change. The businesses that anticipate and plan for change are almost always the ones that succeed. Avoiding change, or refusing to accept that change needs to happen, are recipes for disaster. Organizational change can be a positive or negative event, though many changes incorporate both aspects. What is Change Management? Why is the change happening?

Feature Interview: Theresa Strickland, HR Advisor & Coach

7geese

The first expert we’ve chosen to feature is Theresa Strickland , an HR Advisor and Leadership Coach based in Silicon Valley, CA. When performance discussions are annual, this can be a stressful time for many employees and managers alike.

Results-Only Work Environment (ROWE)

Workplace Psychology

Thompson joined in 2003 and what was learned during the pilot program began to grow and change. Things That Do Not Change under ROWE. There are some things under ROWE that do not change (Kelly & Moen, 2009): Positive and negative home-to-work spillover. Well-being scale.

Results-Only Work Environment (ROWE)

Workplace Psychology

Thompson joined in 2003 and what was learned during the pilot program began to grow and change. Things That Do Not Change under ROWE. There are some things under ROWE that do not change (Kelly & Moen, 2009): Positive and negative home-to-work spillover. Well-being scale.

Q&A with Equinix: Personalized Development for Employees through Coaching

BetterUp

Q&A with Equinix: Personalized Development for Employees through Coaching. During this time, one of the highest priorities for the company has been helping employees grow and develop and feel connected and engaged through high growth and change. To address this, Equinix partnered with BetterUp to provide personalized coaching to employees across the organization worldwide. What led you to consider coaching for employees? How have employees responded to coaching?

Don’t Waste Time Trying To Discredit Others

Workplace Psychology

really just means that (1) I know a lot about a very specific and small area and (2) I can write fairly well and make an argument for an idea, at least well enough for three other Ph.D. I love this quote: “It is better to know some of the questions than all of the answers.”

Don’t Waste Time Trying To Discredit Others

Workplace Psychology

really just means that (1) I know a lot about a very specific and small area and (2) I can write fairly well and make an argument for an idea, at least well enough for three other Ph.D. I love this quote: “It is better to know some of the questions than all of the answers.”

Change Management Essentials - 5 Things To Avoid

QAspire

Home Go to QAspire.com Guest Posts Disclaimer Change Management Essentials - 5 Things To Avoid Most organizational/team improvement initiatives we undertake involve change - from current state of affairs to desired state. You think change is all about processes: Its not.

Layoffs (Usually) Don’t Work and Why They Harm More Than Help

Workplace Psychology

as a result of loss of job, social relations are radically changed. The loss of institutional memory and trust in management. Companies that simply reduce headcounts, without making other changes, rarely achieve the long-term success they desire” (p.

Introducing DiscAssessmentCoach.Net

Workplace Psychology

Everyone wants to know what’s the best way to manage, deal with, or overcome challenging/difficult behaviors. Leadership Consultant & DISC Assessment Coach. The DISC Model uses a four-dimensional model of normal behavior.

6 Training Ideas for a Smoother HR Technology Rollout

Visier

Ensure that you tell them, show them, coach them and support them throughout their learning process. I also use it to jot down ideas or observations — the classroom is a great opportunity for me to learn as well.)

Book Review: Awaken, Align, Accelerate by MDA Leadership

Workplace Psychology

Awaken, Align, Accelerate (2011) is a leadership development and coaching guide from MDA Leadership Consulting. Additionally, we’ve designed this guide to be used by managers aspiring upward or even more senior executives facing similar challenges.” MANAGING WORK (leadership factor #5).

Characteristics of a Team and Barriers to Effective Team Functioning

Workplace Psychology

Team members have well­-defined and interdependent roles. Dr. West is Professor of Organizational Psychology at Lancaster University Management School. Businesspeople beginning meeting in office | Credit: Thomas Barwick.

Characteristics of a Team and Barriers to Effective Team Functioning

Workplace Psychology

Team members have well­-defined and interdependent roles. Dr. West is Professor of Organizational Psychology at Lancaster University Management School. Businesspeople beginning meeting in office | Credit: Thomas Barwick.

Book Review: The Leadership Challenge, 6th Edition

Workplace Psychology

It is remarkable how The Leadership Challenge and The Five Practices of Exemplary Leadership model have withstood the test of time and continue to be so well received. They need to make something happen, change how things are, and create something that no one has created before.

Q&A with Equinix: Personalized Development for Employees through Coaching

BetterUp

Q&A with Equinix: Personalized Development for Employees through Coaching While fast growth can be an exciting time for a company, it can also present new challenges, Equinix, a global leader in colocation and digital interconnection, has grown rapidly, quadrupling the size of its business since 2010 with more than 7600 employees in over 24 countries, and operating more than 200 interconnected data centers worldwide. What led you to consider coaching for employees?

Transform your culture: Lessons from a cooperative, First Credit Union for #CeridianCXDay

Ceridian

By: Angie Poulsen, Human Resource Manager at First Credit Union & Insurance. Develop leaders to be coaches. Sandra has an executive coaching certificate from Royal Roads University. First Credit Union integrates “the coach approach” into all its one-to-one and performance discussions. The coach approach is all about asking the right questions and enabling employees to discover their own accomplishments and areas of improvement.

Book Review – Servant Leadership in Action: How You Can Achieve Great Relationships and Results

Workplace Psychology

I am not a huge fan of edited books because the ones I’ve come across do not gel well together. The editing was well done and reading the chapters, written by different authors, felt seamless, almost as if written by the same person.

3 Things We Learned at 2016 NeuroLeadership Summit

Reflektive

The research-driven approach led to great conversations and connections among attendees in learning and development, human resources, the C-suite, and business coaches working with large organizations. Prioritizing Change Management. Shifting Performance Management.

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Fundamental Change to Oranization Structure and Governance

Conversation Matters

For the first time since the industrial revolution, organizations are changing at a fundamental level. The change is very much a work in progress in most organizations. The elements of this fundamental change are: Networked structure. Changed role of leaders.

Lessons Leaned From a College Football Team that Wanted to Change

Business2Community Leadership

As I was beginning my professional career 30-plus years ago, I also spent four years as a high school football coach. So much of what I did as a coach translates to what I do today. These principles are: Positive change only occurs for individual leaders and teams when we have an honest assessment of where we are and a clear picture of where we want to go. Every day, each of us is faced with Change, Choice, Consequence challenge. Change happens, good and bad.

Well-Being Centered Leadership in the Workplace with Maria Malayter

GattiHR

She will be leading a discussion about prioritizing physical, mental and emotional wellness in the workplace. of Change: A Journey to Wellness and Healing. Dr. Maria K Malayter is known as a Chief Change Agent in navigating the R.I.D.E

6 Training Ideas for a Smoother HR Technology Rollout

Visier

Ensure that you tell them, show them, coach them and support them throughout their learning process. I also use it to jot down ideas or observations — the classroom is a great opportunity for me to learn as well.)

The Value Of Prescriptive Advice In Performance Coaching

Saba

If we want a more effective performance management process then managers need to be good at ongoing coaching. But should managers be giving general guidance or detailed prescriptive advice? Yet when a manager provides general advice, people often want more direction.

Is Management Making Your Organization Dumber?

HR Daily Advisor

This may be the least interesting part of your day, but it’s a pretty good metaphor for management. Small changes get handled automatically in the “middle” of your organization where your circulatory and respiratory systems accelerate imperceptibly. E-pinions Change Management

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Book Review: The Power of Positive Leadership

Workplace Psychology

Throughout history we see it’s the optimists, the believers, the dreamers, the doers, and the positive leaders who change the world” (Gordon, 2017, p. NOTE: For this book review, I intentionally and excessively quoted the author throughout the post.

The 5 Ingredients You Need to Make Organizational Change

Reflektive

There are three guarantees in life: death, taxes, and resistance to change. But change is essential in business today in order to stay competitive, improve processes, and maximize results. At its core, change management deals with the people side of change Click To Tweet.

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Time to Change the Working Mom Culture

Inpower Coaching

You think I’m doing that well?” – I’m proud. I believe the answer to changing the Working Mom culture — the answer to finding a solution to your specific challenges — is to set the right goals for a successful Working Mom culture. It’s time for change.