Thought-terminating clichés are brief, simplistic phrases that stifle critical thinking and debate. Often used by people within positions of power within organizations, these clichés support control, group cohesion, or an agenda.
Discover six effective methods to drive successful change and organization development. Learn how thought-provoking questions, extrospection, diverse change tools, persuasion skills, visual representation of change, and sustainability feedback mechanisms can enhance your change processes.
Organization Development can transform toxic work culture. Identify behaviors, & efforts to create a positive & productive workplace.
10 solution-focused questions that may help share information or make an improvement in an area or department where you have little to no power or influence.
The solution-focused framework for change happens when we view change as a constant and not a stable-static reality. Improve your change odds
Resistance to change is an indicator of cooperation. Making the resistant voices heard will increase cooperation to change success.
Being purposeful about the rituals you create is fun and can decrease your stress and make change happen. Your rituals define your behavior.
It is not a question of what changes will occur, but when they will happen. Progress and change are what leaders do, develop a change practice today.
“I do not believe that change needs a robust and compelling vision because I do not think that most change efforts have an idea of the endpoint or view until they get there. Also, when you have that clarity of vision it is no longer a change effort it is a project to accomplish someone’s … Continued
One problem with team-building assessments is that most data gathering and evaluation questions are passive. It seems as if team building happens to people, as opposed to people being active players in their work lives. Working with a Managing Partner in a law firm, he shared his frustration like this, “We work hard to make … Continued