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BONUS: Epic Change Failure Cause Number 11

11. Drop the Bomb and Wait for the Sheep BTW — didn’t this guy get the memo that there’s something HAZARDOUS here? Talk about a bad lie — and an epic failure just waiting to happen. (photo credit: unknown) I’ve recently posted my “hall of shame” related to The Top 10 Ways to Ensure Epic […]

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10 Ways to Ensure Epic Change Failures

by Robert S. Tipton Most approaches to managing, mandating, or dictating change just don’t work, and some create catastrophically bad outcomes. Recently I’ve analyzed the “Epic Change Failures” I’ve seen, and I’ve developed my “hall of shame” Top 10 list related to them as a result. (Note: Just ONE on my list of ten is […]

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5 Essential Behaviors of Transformational Change Leaders

by Robert S. Tipton Responding to a request that came as a result of my last post, “7 Core Beliefs of Transformational Change Leaders,” (TCLs) this post takes a look at the behaviors behind the beliefs of a TCL. Specifically, one reader included this thought: “Great post! I can’t imagine anyone reading through this and, […]

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7 Core Beliefs of Transformational Change Leaders

by Robert S. Tipton I’ve been assembling the list of “7 Core Beliefs of Transformational Change Leaders” (TCLs) over the past several years, and I’ve come to discover that these folks are just — well — different. You “know” it when you’re in their presence… TCLs live an attitude of “been there, done that,” and […]

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Wisdom of “The Dog Whisperer,” “Super Nanny,” and a Kindergarten Teacher

“Dogs communicate through energy. You display leadership by projecting calm, assertive energy.” — Cesar Milan, “The Dog Whisperer” I’m amazed by the amount of negative, destructive energy that “leaders” expend when it comes to implementing change. Even in simple things — like trying to get people to pay attention at the beginning of a meeting […]

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