Bridging the Gap Between Past and Future to Drive Continuous Change

You can bridge the gap between past and future to drive continuous change. Here are two simple exercises that will help you in this process.

How to Use Our Emotions as a Catalyst for Change

Many of us are fully aware that emotions are the real catalyst for change. Logic alone will rarely if ever, push us to make a meaningful difference in our lives…

How to Embrace Change by Facing the Facts

Continuous ongoing change dominates the 21st century. Businesses need to embrace change if they wish to remain competitive in the market, drive innovation, and increase productivity. For all the benefits…

Why We Fear and Resist Change and What Can We Learn from It?

To fear and resist change is natural, yet in this day and age, these innate instincts can be detrimental. Before we can do something about it, we must first understand…

Seven Qualities That Define Successful Leadership

Successful leadership is all about character. One can even go as far as saying that character is even more important than the actions themselves.

Unlocking the Ability to Adapt by Learning Agility

And as you take on more responsibility in your organization and move up the chain of command, you will need to be calm and flexible during times of change. Here’s…

Five tips for leading and managing change

Change is a constant in business. Some changes are easy to implement, others aren’t. In all cases, implementing change is an art unto itself. Here are five tips to make…

Struggle and Transformation

Sometimes struggles are exactly what we need in our life.

There’s a difference between going all in and going overboard

I don’t know what it is about people, but we love fads. Throughout history we have fad after fad. I’m not just talking about the 20th century, I’m talking about…

There Is No Disaster Proof, Only Adaptability Prepared

Back in April of 2013, John Hagel wrote a post titled how to work through stress and making “Black Swans” work for you—Edge Perspectives with John Hagel: Getting Stronger through…