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Ellen was interviewed by Caroline Dowd-Higgins, talking about the common pitfalls that change leaders face and how to overcome them, these pitfalls include: locking and loading on strategy, ignoring the politics, selling and telling the change, and change fatigue.
We had a great time talking about our Stragility book with all of you! What was your favourite part of the speech?
Ellen tells the story of Kaiser Permanente as a powerful example of the value of addressing pain points and root causes at the Strategic Change Expert Speaker Series @Rotman
Hartford Business highlights three Stragility tools:
1. Shifting through backcasting
2. Sensing PESTE (political/legal, economic, social, technological, ecological)
3. Sensing the competitive landscape
For a brief description about these tools check out the article! For the full tool see pages 34-37 in our Stragility book!
Check out Lisa at Rotman sharing stories and insights about our Stragility skill – sense and shift!
Soundview featured Stragility in their Two Minute Mentor! Our approach is based on four key stragility skills, each linked to these common goals:
1. Redefining Strategy to Win
2. Building Support
3. Fostering Ownership and Accountability
4. Creating Successful Change Again and Again
To read more on these tips go to:
Hard to believe our book launch was a week ago today! Enjoy this clip of the rain symphony we created together. Feel free to share the inspiration and engagement with others!
Awesome that Stragility is mentioned as “books you should read” in Business Traveller! #businessbooks #stragility #changemanagement
How Women Can Excel at Strategic Change Management
Do you want to know one of the biggest challenges to good leadership? It is managing change effectively. And YET, the research shows that 70% of all change initiatives – FAIL. Why is that? One of the top reasons is because it is not addressed head on, with the very people who need to implement the change.
Listen to this interview today with Ellen R. Auster and Sabrina Braham MA PCC host of Women’s Leadership Success Radio to learn how to implement successful strategic change management, transitions, transformations and turnarounds.