Organization Transformation


How Leaders Use Mindfulness to Drive Organizational Culture Webinar

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2019-03-18T23:52:59+00:00
How Conscious Change Leaders use mindfulness to bridge the enormous gap between their mindful leadership practice and the outdated systems, policies and procedures that shackle most organizations from transforming their culture.

Self Assessment: Pursuing Your Own Vertical Leadership Development

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2019-02-13T12:42:09+00:00
This assessment lists twenty key developments leaders make as they move from conventional to post-conventional stages in Vertical Leadership Development. Each support your increasing success as a Conscious Change Leader.

Vertical Leadership Development: The Answer to Today’s Organizational and Social Challenges

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2019-02-08T16:02:39+00:00
Vertical leadership develops leaders from the inside out. Like climbing a ladder to get a bigger perspective, it expands your mindset and worldview, so you can handle greater complexity. This increases innovation, creativity and your ability to lead into the future.

Scales of Breakthrough: Personal, Team, Organizational, Communities Webinar

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2019-01-23T12:24:12+00:00
Executive leaders are responsible for their teams to reach certain goals towards their organization’s vision. No matter what your pursuit – personal, relational, team, organizational, or community – in this webinar we explore the consistent human and process dynamics of transformation involved that play out in all levels of scale that help you reach your vision.

The Upstream Stage of Leading Organizational Change: Project Launch Webinar

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2019-02-21T17:15:39+00:00
So many of the challenges we face in leading change are born in the Upstream Stage, which is when leaders need to be making key decisions to launch their major change initiatives successfully. Typically, leaders are so rushed to get the right solution to their problem that they blindly delegate project launch without providing adequate guidance. This webinar explores how to launch change effectively.

Achieving Breakthrough Requires Transformation in Four Key Areas

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2018-03-24T20:06:29+00:00
Visionary leaders must know how to identify which of these key areas must transform to "break through" current ways of operating or current performance standards to achieve your largest visions.

How Visionary Leaders Pursue Breakthrough Results

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2018-03-24T20:07:19+00:00
It takes courage and a bold stance to establish a vision that is truly extraordinary. Dr. Dean Anderson explores how visionary leaders inspire the passion and capability of their people to achieve breakthrough results.

How to Work with Senior Leaders Who Don’t Get It

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2018-04-24T11:56:53+00:00
The gap between what we know is needed and what executives can “tolerate” creates numerous challenges for us as change leaders. How do we ensure successful adoption and sustainment of results if our leaders are not setting up the necessary conditions for successful change? Dr. Dean Anderson explores strategies for how to become a trusted strategic advisor to senior leaders.

Developing an Organization Assessment Strategy

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2019-02-06T13:23:16+00:00
This tool provides you with an extensive list of optional questions for your briefing interviews. Identifying your Project Briefing QuestionsThe questions cover the background and history of the effort, its current status, and its future plans as known today. The best briefing interviews ask for the most focused and leveraged information.

Identifying Your Project Briefing Questions

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2018-02-26T22:59:46+00:00
This tool provides you with an extensive list of optional questions for your briefing interviews. Identifying your Project Briefing QuestionsThe questions cover the background and history of the effort, its current status, and its future plans as known today. The best briefing interviews ask for the most focused and leveraged information.