Posts Tagged ‘change management’

Change management and the brain

Change management and the brain

Change isn’t only necessary in the business world, it drives success. But the biggest obstacle to change often is internal. Many employees resist change, sometimes for reasons they can’t clearly identify. As a [...]

The essentials of change management

The essentials of change management

Towards the end of last month, the Federal Reserve published their latest Consumer Compliance Outlook. This issue of the publication includes articles on change management and vendor management relating to flood insurance as well as [...]

Leadership: Don’t leave it to amateurs

Leadership: Don’t leave it to amateurs

If you were to describe your leadership style, what would you say? If you were to define the leadership style of your credit union what adjectives would you use? Like it or not, we all [...]

Change leadership in 8 steps

Change leadership in 8 steps

All teams have three participants: change agents, change neutrals and change resistors. The key to leading change is empowering the change agents, influencing the change equivocators and helping the change resistors understand the WIIFM (what’[...]

7 Reasons Teams Can’t Just Get Over It

7 Reasons Teams Can’t Just Get Over It

by. Matt Monge Yesterday we looked briefly at employees — humans — working through change, as well as the notion that they could “just get over it.” Here are a few of the reasons I’m just [...]

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