Change management – The Blog

When you can’t decide what to do

    Are you dithering over a decision? Sometimes it can be really hard to finally take the plunge.     Here are two interesting tools to help you that I heard about recently on one of my favorite radio … Continue reading


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How Long Has This Been Going On? or: Why There are Still Poor Performers in Your Organisation

  I had a call from a client who told me of a dreadful problem they had with one of their employees.   “How long has he been with you?” I asked.  “Twenty two years.” She told me. “How long have … Continue reading


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Why you should try new things sometimes and my old Beetle

  For the last 10 years I have owned a bright red Beetle car, Legolas. For the first time, this week he broke down.     I managed to get him into the garage and went off to do some … Continue reading


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Another reason why people don’t like change

You will have heard many people complaining about change – usually the kind of change that is forced on them by others. Perhaps you have experienced unwelcome change yourself. Changes in your working arrangements can be very contentious. It’s your … Continue reading


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An undervalued skill – in memory of Emma

I recently heard a programme about people in Japan who are having the deal with the aftermath of the devastation there, both from the Tsunami and from the nuclear fallout. The village In a small village the survivors are rebuilding … Continue reading


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Do you need SuperNanny?

You’ve seen them, those uncontrollable children who scream and shout, throw tantrums and make life a misery for everyone they know. But you’ve also seen SuperNanny, so you know that the children only behave that way because of the way … Continue reading


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Vital thinking skills for top people

Do you watch tennis? If you do, you may be familiar with John McEnroe, who used to be the bad boy of tennis with his famous line “You cannot be serious!” Which he used whenever a judgement went against him. … Continue reading


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Does change really have to be so hard?

Are you familiar with this model? Often known as the Kübler-Ross model, it gives the stages that you apparently need to go through when you experience grief or have to deal with a difficult change. Kübler-Ross Here are the five … Continue reading


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