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Change requires we lead and work differently.

A leader’s most important challenge is to keep the organization from falling. To remain good, or even great depends on how we roll strategy, people, and service into how we approach leadership in the next decade. As change becomes ongoing on more complex, a traditional strategic plan will no longer suffice. To continuously improve and continuously adapt to change we need a fluid, dynamic, agile strategy and a workplace focused on continuous learning. Listen as Janet shares 5 ways to lead and work differently as learning organizations of the future.

This episode addresses questions, such as:

  • What will it take to create the right learning organizations of the future?
  • Why is traditional strategic planning no longer effective?
  • How do we revolutionize our ways of doing business to continuously change and evolve?

Featured Episode Resources

HOW TO ANTICIPATE CHANGE

9P | ANTICIPATING CHANGE

Most of us recognize the difference between leading and managing change. While both are necessary to successfully operate in or implement change, leading change involves an element of anticipation. Anticipating change means leaders have enough foresight and information to know what is likely to happen, strategize, and guide the larger team to success.

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WHY CHANGE FAILS9P | WHY ORGANIZATIONAL CHANGE FAILS

People don’t always welcome change. In fact, change is often resisted. Providing effective leadership in times of change is an important, yet often overlooked skill set. Organizations that experience high levels of success have leaders who commit to actions that effectively support change.

THINK LIKE A CUSTOMER

9P | THINK LIKE A CUSTOMER

We all view experiences from our own perspective. As employees we are often thinking about our side of the work. To be a successful organization and ensure customers have the best experience, it can be useful to view your organization from a customer’s point of view.

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LEARNING ORGANIZATION

HBR | SPEEDING UP TEAM LEARNING

We studied how surgical teams at 16 major medical centers implemented a difficult new procedure for performing cardiac surgery. What we found sheds light on one of the key determinants of team performance: a team’s ability to adapt to a new way of working.

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Connect with Coaches and Guests

The challenges over the last year may have kept us at a physical distance, but we are here with you and we have other ways for you to connect with your leadership community. Our listeners can engage with our coaches and expert guests every week at virtual roundtable discussions and at our upcoming conferences.

Explore our upcoming events:

march 2021

09mar(mar 9)9:00 am10(mar 10)1:00 pmVirtual EventDestination High Performance West Coast 2021Leadership Conference

16mar2:00 pm3:00 pmVirtual EventLeadership Lessons for a Virtual WorldRoundtable

23mar2:00 pm3:00 pmVirtual EventHow are the Students? Ensuring Learning Progress Despite DisruptionRoundtable

30mar2:00 pm3:00 pmVirtual EventThe Future Looks…? Planning Amidst UncertaintyRoundtable

april 2021

20apr10:00 am3:30 pmVirtual EventStrengthening Rural America: Connecting Healthcare and Education

may 2021

17mayAll Day18Virtual EventDestination High Performance Pensacola 2021Higher Education Leadership Conference

october 2021

27octAll Day28Virtual EventWhat's Right in Education 202110th Annual Education Leadership Conference

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