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Gregg is driven to change the way we think about change. He created the Real World Change Community for you to be the first to receive monthly articles that include practical and useful tips and techniques that you can immediately use to help with the changes in the real world of our lives.
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6 Things You Shouldn’t Say During Change and 6 Things You Should
Most of our days are spent running from task to task, solving problem after problem. When we stay stuck on problem-based thinking, we often keep solving the same problem over and over. Problem-based thinking occurs at all levels in an organization. The Center for...read more
Over the years, audiences who've seen me in keynotes and workshops have heard me say, “Change isn’t all roses, lollipops, sunshine and rainbows.” Negative thinking can serve a purpose. It can warn you away from something. The flip side is your negative thinking might...read more
Have you ever noticed that nearly every job description contains phrases like, “Can handle a fast-paced and changing environment”, or “able to work with others when given shifting priorities”? That’s because these days, change in the workplace is a given. It wasn’t...read more
The corporate world encourages a culture of positivity in the workplace. Encouraging positivity is generally a good thing, especially during workplace change, which sometimes brings a whole set of unique challenges and concerns to you and your workforce. The danger is...read more
Have you ever had a list of priorities in which everything was a priority? It’s happened to a lot of us. We get our task list together, pour our coffee, and then settle in for a productive day when suddenly we’re overwhelmed with new projects that are marked for...read more
There’s one clear fact that any successful business must accept: change happens. Although the concept of change might be exciting, the actual execution of your change strategy can be challenging. Change is a complex process with many variables and moving parts, your...read more
Comparing the “what’s in it for me?” (WIIFM) approach with a “what’s the impact on me?” (WIOM) approach.read more
As the holidays approach, many people feel the weight of just how busy this time can be. While the holidays are meant for a time to relax, unwind, celebrate, and see friends and family, a lot of us end up feeling like we can’t catch a break. With everyone at work away...read more
In the workplace, it’s common to feel like you deal with a lot of BS (bulls**t – just in case you aren’t aware of what BS is!). Whether it’s from clients, coworkers, or your boss, we all, at times can give a little and take a little. With self-reflection,...read more
Kim Barnes has been a mentor of mine for over 11 years. Her deep insight into how people function has helped her craft excellent programs that I’ve delivered for many years such as Exercising Influence and Strategic Thinking. Kim has a knack for weaving complex...read more