Tag Archive: Leading through Change

Old habits die hard……but they don’t have to!!

We have all probably heard the expression “old habits die hard” and most likely we have all experienced the reality of that saying. Just the other day I went to reach for the toaster to toast my morning bagel and it wasn’t there! It took me a moment to remember that we had changed the…

Change: is it really a scary proposition?

Change is something that encompasses our lives in every sense. Whether it is the development of a new relationship, career change, birth of a child, beginning of a marriage, etc. Change often equates a great learning curve and potentially lots of stress. Yet where would we be without change? Think of where we would be…

Learn from failure: The three key activities of Adaptive Leadership

Entrepreneurship is essential to economic development providing new jobs and innovative technologies. A large number of new ventures, however, fail.  Their failure nevertheless is essential for the sustainability of the economic ecosystem; just as death is essential to ecological ecosystems.  Research has repeatedly found that defunct businesses release a wealth of knowledge and resources that…

The missing ingredient in leading change: let’s talk courage!

Throughout my experience and life as an agent of change I have often heard and read that to manage change we must have great methodologies and processes in order to ensure that it is neat and somewhat procedural. Well that’s the theory of things but my experience has been much messier than any neat methodology…