Category Archives: Change

Initiating and Sustaining Change at Work: Part 1

Personal Tools for Leading Transitions By Daniel Robin "You just don't seem motivated to do your job," the executive tells the team, "and this will have to change soon, or else --" "Or else what?," the department manager inquires, shrugging her shoulders. "Or else ... uhhh ... it will change later?" No person or thing can force anyone to change. Your office might get moved, but the decision to Continue Reading ...

Initiating and Sustaining Change at Work: Part 3

Organizational Pathways:  Strategies for Leading Change By Daniel Robin This is the third installation in a three-part series on dealing with workplace change. So far we've explored personal strategies (Part 1) and interpersonal strategies (Part 2) to help make transitions less stressful and more humane; this article dives into how organizations can use the change process to effectively manage Continue Reading ...

Initiating and Sustaining Change at Work: Part 2

Interpersonal Strategies for Leading Transitions By Daniel Robin Part 1 in this series focused on how change affects us personally, and what can be done to make the most of it. This article highlights interpersonal strategies for handling all forms of transitions -- from minuscule to life-bending.  Part 3 delves into organizational strategies for leading change. Change Ain't What It Used to Continue Reading ...

Fear: Part 1

Is Fear Useful, or Just. . . Scary? By Daniel Robin How do you now deal with fear at work?  This article pinpoints the types of fear that cause needless suffering, and advocates workplaces that consistently maintain an "absence of threat." For better or for worse, we all bring our personal history to our workplace relationships.  Many of us learned "fear tactics" from our parents, who, Continue Reading ...

Leadership Out of Control

Accessing Organizational Leverage Points by Daniel Robin "Well, ambulance I can’t tell you what to do, sovaldi sale Alex, capsule but if you’re going to reach your goals, you’d better do something to get your team’s act together." "Like what, join hands and sing Kumbaya in three-part harmony? Get serious. We’re only as good as our leadership, and you people act like you’re out to get Continue Reading ...

Organizational Pathways: Part 3

Strategies for Leading Change By Daniel Robin This is the third installation in a three-part series on dealing with workplace change. So far we've explored personal strategies (Link to Part 1) and interpersonal strategies (link to Part 2) to help make transitions less stressful and more humane; this article dives into how organizations can use the change process to effectively manage and build Continue Reading ...