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Posted on 06-05-2017
When people are asked to implement tangible change but their hearts and minds are not engaged, they take whatever action is required of them, but they do not motivate to offer loyalty, support, and special efforts. Consequently, the change itself often fizzles and gives way to anxiety and frustration. And if the organization’s own employees do not adapt to the new situation, how can the organization survive and thrive in a rapidly changing world?
The integration of the tangible and intangible dimensions of organizational success during times of strategic change is the key to positive results. Leaders, Coaches, and Talent Management professionals are in a unique position to become architects who help build tangible bottom line results by bringing the intangible dimension of heart and mind to business. The way to begin is by asking the question, “How can we tap into individual and team spirit to unleash new energy and contribute to individual, team, and organizational success?”
Based on my research and decades of practical experience working with teams, leaders, and coach practitioners, here are 10 guidelines I recommend for reigniting spirit and promoting success during the strategic change process.
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