The position of internal change agent – wherever it falls in the organization – can be a tricky one.
You are responsible for influencing the organization, usually without the direct authority to do so.
This show explores the different ways to influence organizational change, from the point of view of someone who is not calling the shots.
(Formerly The Change Agent's Dilemma show.)
In this episode, Larry Mohl, Co-Founder and CEO of Jubi, Inc. shares how a learn-do-inspire approach helps instigate, measure, and sustain behavior change. Hear the principles behind Jubi's cloud-based change experience platform.
In this episode, Jill Valdez, Founder and COO of LINK, shares her experience in developing visions for change that everyone strives to achieve. Listen to hear practical steps you can take to include everyone in the vision-casting process, even in large organizations.
In this episode, Kristy West, founder of BraveSpace, shares how you can create a climate for change using Improv techniques. You'll hear the tenets of Improv and how they can help people be more open to change, along with some examples of exercises you can do in the workplace.
Tim Gardner, former Director of Organizational Effectiveness at Kimberly-Clark, shares his experience managing layoffs that resulted from change initiatives. Learn when you should tell people that a layoff is coming, how to keep up the morale of those who stay, and how to deal with the inevitable guilt as the change agent responsible.