Leading Change and the Distribution of Loss

Leading Change and the Distribution of Loss

When I talk or facilitate a workshop with business leaders, making them all really sad isn’t part of the agenda.

But sometimes it’s exactly what they need. At least for a few minutes.

In particular, there’s an aspect of leadership that always requires emotional awareness. And when we attempt to lead change, there’s always an element of loss. When we lead change, people often have to alter their routines, give up responsibilities and work with new people—all factors that are different from what used to be life as usual.

That can make people

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This Week in Agility Research: Feb. 4, 2016

Here are a few items of new agility-related research that popped up on our radar this week. 

Review: Organizational Intelligence and Organizational Agility
By: Elham Nekahi and Ahmad Mehrabian

The creation of the world and its over time has shown that everything is in motion and the motion in the nature of phenomena. Necessary to adapt this changing of world is that man can make changes to fit it in. Acceptance of the changes is necessary for innovation, invention and improvement of life, improves the organization and in general is human evolution. Hence, the growing acceptance of any changes required for human life and an integral part of any organization and is recognized as a sustainable phenomenon. The aim of this study was

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