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Leading Change

3 Steps for Successfully Implementing Change in an Organization
3 Steps for Successfully Implementing Change in an Organization

When implementing change in an organization, “lack of leadership” is one predictable problem. Watch for these signs and learn to drive change better across your organization.

Adapting to Change Requires Flexibility - CCL
Adapting to Change Requires Flexibility

When faced with change, successful leaders are flexible enough to develop and adapt. Use these 5 tips for adapting to change and guiding your team through change.

Are You Missing Half the Change Equation?
Are You Missing Half the Change Equation?

To gain the desired results from a new direction, system, or initiative, organizations need the benefit of change leadership along with change management. Read 5 steps for navigating change leadership.

Change Comes at a Cumulative Cost | Handling Workplace Change
Change Comes at a Cumulative Cost

Handling workplace change can drain people’s reserves. Not all change is bad, but change does have a cost and depends on the resources available to adapt.

Ditch Change Fatigue and Embrace Continual Evolution
Ditch Change Fatigue and Embrace Continual Evolution

Follow these 4 steps to help your workforce overcome change fatigue and build change resilience, which will foster a more innovative organizational culture.

How to Be a Successful Change Leader - Center for Creative Leadership
How to Be a Successful Change Leader

Productive change doesn’t happen by itself. As an effective change leader, you must know how to guide it using these 3 elements.

How to Succeed at Complex, Continuous Change - CCL
How to Succeed at Complex, Continuous Change

To succeed at complex, continuous change, a rigorous approach is needed — probably a more rigorous approach than you are used to.

change and transition in the workplace - center for creative leadership
How to Transition Through Change

The secret to adapting to change is managing the transition. Learn more about the 3 stages of transition — and tips for navigating each stage successfully.

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Leading Ag Company Achieves Culture Shift & Change Effort in Compliance Approach

By leveraging CCL’s Change Leadership Framework, Yara International ASA successfully initiated a cultural shift within the organization with buy-in from its executive team.

Southwestern Energy
Learning to Build a Resilient Culture in the Workplace

Southwestern Energy wanted to help its employees reduce stress and the crippling effect it can have on business. Here’s how they built a resilient culture.

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Smurfit Kappa Quickly Pivots to Virtual Leadership Training and Enhances Skills of Next-Gen Leaders

Learn how Smurfit Kappa pivoted from face-to-face leadership training to a virtual experience that accelerated the development of their emerging leaders.

Talking Change? Try “Mediated Dialogue” & Put Pictures in the Middle
Talking Change? Try “Mediated Dialogue” & Put Pictures in the Middle

Mediated dialogue uses visuals to spark candid, insightful, productive conversations. Learn how it can help you increase buy-in and manage change better.

What Senior Executives Told Us About Change-Capable Leadership
What Senior Executives Told Us About Change-Capable Leadership

Change-capable leadership is about how to forge a common direction around change, and how to align people and resources toward the new direction. Learn more about how to lead change in your organization.

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Why Leadership Trust Is Critical in Times of Change and Disruption

Trust building helps teams step into ambiguity, stay committed to managing the unknown with confidence, and embrace change as an opportunity to learn, grow, and do great work together.

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