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Keep your change from failing, take a break

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I just returned from a short break. The habit of taking a break in March began while my daughter was in school. Her school, like many in the country, closed for a week each March. I viewed these breaks as a chance to reconnect with her. Because we did things outside our normal routine we gained a fresh perspective. It's similar with organizational change.

Reduce the Uncertainty of Change With This One Simple Step

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One of the shows I used to like on the food network was Restaurant Makeover. The premise of the show was simple. A restaurant owner puts up half of the money to makeover her restaurant. The show puts up the other half of the money. But there’s a catch. To get the show’s half of the money the owner must give full control to the designer and his crew.

How to help your employees when positions are being deleted, but they're not being let go

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Twenty years ago I used to like Diet Coke. I drank it almost like water. I don't drink it anymore, but that's another story. When I went to a restaurant and asked for a Diet Coke and they served me Diet Pepsi I would grumble.

You Just Announced A Restructuring Now What?

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By: Dr. Dawn-Marie Turner We are restructuring. Those three…

Prepare Your Middle Managers to Lead and Manage Change

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By: Dr. Dawn-Marie Turner Prepared Middle Managers Essential…
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Do This If You Want to Know If You’re Getting a Return on Your Change Investment

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By: Dr. Dawn-Marie Turner In a previous blog post I said the…
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Do You Know the Most Difficult Part of Any Change?

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Overcoming The Most Difficult Aspect of Change: Letting Go Dr.…

Launch Less Change And Get A Higher Return on Your Investment

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Dr. Dawn-Marie Turner Slow Down to Speed Up Your Pace of Change As…

Articles

The "Law" of Organizational Change

By Dr. Dawn-Marie Turner, MEd, CMC Last month our national…

The Fallacy of Resistance to Change

Dawn-Marie Turner, PhD Imagine organizational change where the…