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Posts under Change Management focus on the four elements of all change management: Planning, Preparing, Implementing and Embedding. Feel free to use the Search bar to scan for relevant tags.

 

How To Tell If Your Messages Are Right

How To Say The Right Thing

Communications has been my entire career, and much of that career has been spent writing messages for someone else to say. At the time, I never knew how to saw
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The Seven Questions of Change Management

There are many questions to consider at the beginning of a Change program. Here are the seven basic questions of Change Management that have always helped me get my head
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How to Be Empathic

How To Be Empathetic in Seven Steps

How to be empathetic is one of the most important aspects of communications, as well as to specialty areas such as Design Thinking. (And yes of course, being empathetic is
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The DIfferent Types of NO

Leavitt’s Diamond

How To Run a Workshop Tool Instructions In 1965, the American management psychologist Harold Leavitt developed Leavitt’s Diamond (also known as Leavitt’s System Model) as a methodology to analyse the
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The DIfferent Types of NO

The Different Types of NO

It’s confronting sometimes to hear the word NO. At the same time, don’t think of NO as a singular negative response because there are several different types of NO. Before
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Assertiveness Matrix

Being Assertive

‘Being assertive’ is one of those phrases, if not behaviours, that has confused many people over the years, perhaps because there has been little differentiation between assertiveness and its cousin
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Characteristics Of An Innovator

A big fan of lists, I kept an article entitled The Innovator vs. The Pseudo-Innovator for its insight into the characteristics of an innovator. It’s a good list for a
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