Monthly Archives: February 2014

The Problem is Owning the Problem

A friend and colleague once articulated to me her three biggest considerations in deciding whether or not someone should be terminated. • First, did the person receive adequate feedback? • Second, did the person truly own the feedback and take responsibility for the problem? • Third, did behavior change actually occur? In effect, my friend […]

Leading Change in a VUCA World

I’ve been thinking a lot lately about the nature of what it takes to create and respond to meaningful change these days. Yesterday, I brainstormed the following after reading an article by John Kotter, one of the most respected culture change experts. How would you modify what I’ve written? What would you add? In a […]