Change Management

This tag is associated with 9 posts

Must read Lists for Leaders, Communicators and Others

I came across a couple of items this morning I wanted share them with you as both offer significant insight and value. The first is an article, 5 Most Effective Ways to Sell Change by Glenn Llopis posted on  In this piece Glenn argues that it won’t be long before being able to innovate … Continue reading

The Impact of Trust on Organizational Performance :

The Impact of Trust on Organizational Performance : HRMA BC has just released the findings of a new study  on the impact of trust…on first glance I had to applaud the clarity of the report: employees who feel trusted by their organization become more willing to accept responsibility for their organizations performance and… …the … Continue reading

Need to be sure your message is understood?…..try using the 4P’s

Using the Four Ps to Effectively Communicate with Staff Communicating about change or decisions made can sometimes feel like the most difficult task for a manager or leader. It can seem like no matter what we say or do, the different needs of our staff leave us struggling to get through to them. Our challenge is … Continue reading

Social media at work: the value of twitter, yammer, facebook and other social media

Talking Business – Giam Swiegers, CEO Deloitte Australia – RMIT University – YouTube. Looking for a real life example of how various social media can be used internally as a business tool….Giam Sweigers, CEO at Deloitte Australia will change you mind about the value of twitter, yammer, Facebook and others in the workplace…..

Measuring Employee Engagement – Have we got it all wrong?

I read with interest Paul Hebert’s recent post on his Incentive Intelligence blog titled “You Don’t Need to Measure Employee Engagement“.  Paul makes the argument rather successfully that engagement is a philosophy and not a measure and that we have a good number of metrics established already that result from engagement (employee retention, successful product offerings, … Continue reading

Re-engaging with Engagement – New EIU / Hay Report Offers Valuable C-Suite Insight

A new report from The Economist Intelligence Unit and The Hay Group – Re-engaging with Engagement – offers some extremely insight into the world of engagement from the perspective of the C-Suite. This short summary may well be this quote from the report: A sizeable discrepancy exists between what companies say about the perils of … Continue reading

Engagement in 5 minutes or less!

“What is your favourite “one to five-minute engagement activity that any manager could do?”  (If we get enough responses over the next 3 weeks or so I ‘ll pull them together as an e-book) To get us started….her’s one of my favourites: Planned Spontaneity: As you walk, ride or drive to work,  think about one person on your … Continue reading

Thank you IABC Barbados

Engaged in Employee Engagement at Barbados Workshop I just wanted to take a moment to say thank you to all of the people who attended the IABC (Barbados Chapter) September 14th.  I had a great time preparing for and leading the session and from what I have heard from many so too did all of … Continue reading

Communications….pondering why we are so bad at it

I’m a member of the Communication Professionals group on LinkedIn and saw an interesting question posted by David  Grossman. David asked: With so much written about communications and its importance, why are we so bad it?   I posted some thoughts and liked what I wrote so left it there and am duplicating it here with credit … Continue reading

Enter your email address to follow this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email.

Follow me on twitter



Blogs I Follow

The Bridge Lake Wood Company

Purveyors of fine woods


Effective Change Management

Living Social

My views on Enterprise Collaboration and Systems of Engagement

The Office Blend

Strategy + Inspiration


Where Business Owners go to learn how to earn more and work less!

Karl Frederik Muller's Blog

Driving Organizational Performance

The Brain-Based Boss.

Terry Williams = Engaged People = Improved Results.


Blog by Hermeneus Consulting - engaging people for change

Customer Experience Matters®

Connecting Leaders, Brands, Employees, and Customers

Holtz Communications + Technology | Blog

Leadership & Communications: The new world of work


Leadership & Communications: The new world of work