Category Archives: change management

When everything is urgent

If you work in an environment where everything is urgent, it will definitely be most urgent to maintain focus on real priorities and critical organizational goals.  If transparency and meaningful communication about mission central goals are lacking, an organization can … Continue reading

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2011 Favourite posts

Two posts for 2011 were tracking closely for the top spot.  In first place was  As Welcome as the Flowers in Spring, which describes a positive and respectful workplace experience with images of spring and fall flowers.  This became the most viewed. A … Continue reading

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Change is natural

The one thing we can count on is change.  It is a natural event and a fact of life in our organizational environments, as in nature.  When change arrives as an unexpected event, it causes uncertainty and fear, seriously disrupting … Continue reading

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