Change and Transition

Your top 5 posts of the month

By Bill Springer on April 30, 2015

As our list of blog subscribers approaches 20,000 (thank you, all, for your continued support and interest), “Blogger of the Month” bragging rights are more sought after than ever. So, without further ado, the Linkage Blogger of the Month is……………….

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Does uncertainty drive change?

By Stu Cohen and Briana Goldman on April 29, 2015

The best leaders get people to view change as an opportunity and not a loss. The best leaders help their people get excited about the possibilities. The best leaders know how to create a “changeable culture.”

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Compassion + communication = culture change

By Mitchell Nash on January 30, 2015

Change is a lot easier when your employees are fully on board with what you’re trying to do and are equipped to handle the normal human reactions that whole-scale change is guaranteed to bring about.

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How to tackle one of your biggest organizational challenges

By Bill Springer on January 22, 2015

As you’ll see in the following video, Dr. Phil Harkins’ work with senior executives, boards, and teams from leading organizations in more than 25 countries helps Linkage tackle your biggest organizational challenges in highly effective ways.

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Managing the human side of change (video)

By Mitchell Nash on January 15, 2015

As you’ll see in the following video clip, “change” is only half the challenge. Managing the human side of change—transitions—is the key.

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The secret of employee engagement (part 2)

By Marty Jordan on January 13, 2015

You don’t need a training budget or a formal training program to help employees gain new knowledge and learn new skills. Some of the most engaged and successful employees are those who are encouraged to grow and are involved in key decisions.

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Empowerment trumps authority

By Mitchell Nash on January 7, 2015

Authority can compel action but it does little to inspire belief. It’s not enough to get people to do what you want, they also have to want what you want or any change is bound to be short lived.

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The 10-point change checklist

By Mark Hannum on January 6, 2015

Moving an organization to the next level is not easy. It’s not routine. It’s not “business as usual.” And it takes committed leadership and the combined force of three very different types of individuals—experts, networkers, and passionate champions.

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Longtime GILD faculty member’s autobiography makes influential “must read” list

By Bill Springer on January 2, 2015

Seeing our own (longtime GILD faculty) Bill Strickland’s autobiography mentioned on Seth Godin’s end-of-the-year book and audio roundup makes us smile. And we couldn’t agree more when he writes “Bill Strickland’s autobiography is a meditation on doing work that matters.”

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Top posts of 2014

By Rory Cellucci on December 31, 2014

Tracking the most popular posts of the year helps us continue to improve—and sparks some friendly competition between our bloggers too!

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