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Breaking the Cycle of Failed Change Management

By  Jennifer Stanford

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Research has shown that 75 percent of major change initiatives fail. "Breaking the Cycle of Failed Change Management" helps you ensure that your change effort is one of the 25 percent that succeed.

Find out why change management efforts fail, how to determine that your organization is change ready, and what you can do to involve everyone in the change initiative. This TD at Work offers tips and techniques for getting your staff ready for change, communicating clearly about the change, and making the work meaningful to the entire team.

In this issue, you will find:

  • six steps for managing change
  • suggestions for improving listening skills
  • examples of successful change initiatives
  • a change readiness assessment
  • tips for implementing change.


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Jennifer Stanford
As an organizational development, leadership, human capital and project management expert with 20 years of experience in high end consulting, Jennifer loves to work with organizations that want more, are willing to take risks and even step on the ledge a bit in order to push change and innovation that align strategy with  performance to produce positive business results.  As CEO of Emergent Performance Solutions, she brings her entrepreneurial spirit balanced with years of practical experience; in order to provide opportunities that are fun, exciting and highly productive.  She coaches, teaches and consults with government and industry leaders to create high performance environments that directly impact the mission of the change culture and the bottom line.  She shares in the thought leadership community through speaking at conferences, publishing works and engaging the community.  She has a notable reputation for innovation, creativity and reliability as well as her dynamic ability to fully engage her audiences through competence and humor.

Book Details

ISBN: 9781562867607

Pages: 20

Pub Date: November 2016

Formats: Paperback, PDF

Product Code: 251611

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