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What Everyone Gets Wrong About Change Management

Published by by N. Anand and Jean-Louis Barsoux Originally published here Corporate transformations still have a miserable success rate, even though scholars and consultants have significantly improved our understanding of how they work. Studies consistently report that about three-quarters of change efforts flop—either they fail to deliver the anticipated benefits or they are abandoned entirely. Because flawed implementation is most often blamed for such failures,… Read More »What Everyone Gets Wrong About Change Management

The Secret to Leading Organisational Change is Empathy

Published by Patti Sanchez Link to original article can be found here I’m working with a CEO who’s in the midst of rethinking her company’s strategy so it can better meet customer demands and thrive financially. These are major changes that will affect every aspect of how the firm operates — from the services it offers to the structure of her organization. When I sat… Read More »The Secret to Leading Organisational Change is Empathy

Curiosity as a Core Leadership Value

Published by Rachel Powers Link to original article can be found here  Leadership is the engine of innovation. Leaders who embrace curiosity create an environment where employees feel safe to explore new ideas, take risks, and challenge the status quo. This type of leadership has been shown to lead to higher-performing, more-adaptable organizations. The most successful leaders are those who understand that curiosity is a… Read More »Curiosity as a Core Leadership Value

It’s not about the office, it’s about belonging

To retain employees, organisations need to evolve their approach to building community, cohesion, and a sense of belonging at work. By Aaron De Smet, Bonnie Dowling, Marino Mugayar-Baldocchi and Joe Spratt Originally published by McKinsey & Company January 13, 2022 Leaders are increasingly worried about the impact of the past 20-plus months on company culture, connectivity, and cohesion. Our recent Great Attrition survey justifies their… Read More »It’s not about the office, it’s about belonging