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DICE and How it Affects Change in OrganizationsThe Boston Consulting Group, Uploaded on Jun 16, 2015 Studies show that, depending on complexity,50-75% of significant change efforts fail to realize the intended results. This video is one of a selection of
A training video shot for Cisco highlighting the importance of change management. Pretty nice piece. Part of a larger Flash-based piece. Created the early 2000s.
Electronic portfolios enable students to gather and present their professional and academic artifacts and reflections. The electronic portfolio will include several artifacts, examples, and reflections illustrating my mastery of organizational leadership.
This video introduces Everything DiSC® Workplace, exploring the model and each of the four DiSC® styles. William Marston developed his DISC model through his book Emotions of Normal People. William Marston’s book does not give a behavioral a
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Jason talks about embracing change. Published on Dec 22, 2010What is TEDx?In the spirit of ideas worth spreading, TEDx is a program of local, self-organized events that bring people together to share a TED-like experience. At a TEDx event, TEDTalks video
Lauren Greenfield's new film "Generation Wealth" examines how the American dream has changed over the last 25 years thanks to the internet, social media and reality TV shows like "Keeping Up With The Kardashians." Keeping up with the Joneses is now keepin
Would you like to learn how to talk anyone into anything? I recently interviewed Chris to get just a few highlights from his excellent and efficient negotiation tips. Whether trying to convince your boss to give you a raise, or bargaining with suppliers,
Leadership author and executive coach Marshall Goldsmith — who is always skeptical of catchphrases like employee engagement — talks about the qualities necessary to galvanize individuals’ commitment at work. For further insights, see strategy-business.com
Why bother with employee engagement? Good news! We created a short video to answer that question for you. Take a look to find out how engaged employees add value to your business and why it should matter to you. By Michael Hutt
By Kevin Kruse Published on Jun 16, 2015 So what’s the right strategy to dramatically increase employee engagement in your organization? Well, let’s first talk about the wrong strategy... Usually, someone from HR has to convince the CEO to spe
The Gallup Organization recently reported that only 30% of surveyed employees are engaged at work. That means companies aren't getting their best out of people, and employees are not motivated to perform. They're either bored or burned out. Daniel Goleman
To learn more about Kotter’s 8-Step Change Model, see the article at https://www.mindtools.com/pages/article/newPPM_82.htm. Whether you're considering a small change within your team or a wider organizational change, it can be daunting to know how t
Trish Elledge, President of Elledge Group Mediation (www.ElledgeGroup.org,) a gives a helpful introduction to the mediation process, what it is and what to expect. This is specifically designed for parties who will be attending a mediation session for the
Chris Moore talks about mediators who are problem solvers and those who attempt to transform the relationships and moral views of the parties; Moore's position is somewhere in the middle.
When it comes to change, we tend to naturally resist it. However, the reasons for resistance to change are not always what you might think. Change advocate Heather Stagl encourages us to think about the hidden resistance to change. As founder of Enclaria,
From the power of presence to the power of voice, leadership expert and Harvard Business School professor Rosabeth Moss Kanter discusses the process of making a difference in the world. Kanter uses the stories of great leaders and ordinary people to revea
McKinsey on Change Management
Who Moved My Cheese-How To Deal With Change by Spencer Johnson Who moved my Cheese by Spencer Johnson is a simple parable with a powerful message. It's helped me reflect on past situations in my life and helped me face new challenges. It's a great book an
Dr. Kotter talks about how to win over both hearts and minds in his book The Heart of Change. In Dr. Kotter's 8 Step Process winning hearts and minds is an essential part of business thinking and a way to change behavior in an organizational or a cultural
IBM announced the results of a study of more than 1,500 change management executives from 15 countries, which reveals that nearly 60 percent of projects aimed at achieving business change do not fully meet their objectives. Learn more here: http://ibm.com
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Personal mastery is about approaching life from a different perspective. Personal mastery is guided with critical principles like vision, personal purpose, creative tension, commitment to truth and understanding. Peter Senge said that attaining personal m
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Whatever your definition is, you deserve to be fulfilled in whatever direction you take your life. The challenge is that in today's complex world, it's so easy to get caught in the process of achieving so much, that it's sometimes easy to lose focus of wh
The term “personal mastery” is used to describe a person’s ability to maintain their internal stability at the ego level of existence.
The first "Conversation on Leadership" highlighted both the challenges of modern leadership development, as well as the legacy of the preeminent leadership scholar, Warren Bennis.
An interview with David Garvin and Amy Edmondson, Professors, Harvard Business School. Learning organizations generate and act on new knowledge. The ability to do this enables companies to stay ahead of change and the competition.
Delta Strategies presents Meg Wheatley. In this seminar she as what have you learned? She gives an exampleof the Katrina hurricane and says that tragedies like these are learning opportunities to serve our communities.
Seminar with Peter M.Senge.
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John Spencer. Published on Jan 11, 2017 Here's a short description of action research. TRANSCRIPT: Teaching is a craft. It’s both an art and a science, which is why great teachers always experiment and make tons of mistakes. But how do you know what
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Learning by doing (dancing) and helping others to learn too. Connecting with her personal story Kaisu Tuominiemi shares about transformative learning processes through teams - why we are bigger than me. Kaisu Tuominiemi is passionate about education in it
How to Build Trust on Your Virtual Team Keith Ferrazzi, CEO of Ferrazzi Greenlight, offers four tips for unifying and strengthening globally dispersed teams.
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Today we talk about the fifth and final system archetype we’ll cover in this series – The Tragedy of the Commons. It is a system that starts with independent and rational behavior, but it leads to a disaster. It starts with a shared resource with a number
Today we continue our discussion about System Archetypes with an archetype known as “Accidental Adversaries.” This system starts with two partners working to cooperate, but it leads to a negative outcome. The cooperation comes from each partner filling a
We’ve been talking about System Archetypes. These are the types of systems that recur in a number of environments and are easily recognizable. The system archetype we’re going to talk about today is called Eroding Goals. Eroding goals are caused by a dela
Teams have great value. They have value for the individual who participates in a team - the value of affiliation and the motivation from participating in something bigger than themselves. There is also value to the company. There’s a very strong cor
We’ve been talking about system archetypes and will focus on that topic again in this post. We’re going to look at the system archetype called “Shifting the Burden.” First, a little review. A system archetype is a system that recur
As a lifelong learner with 4 degrees and a Ph.D. in mathematics, Hazel Wagner has spent her life learning how to learn. Hazel shares her work on mind mapping and what it can do for understanding, memorization, and retention. Hazel Wagner, Ph.D., MBA, CMC
Discover how to Mind Map with this simple step-by-step video guide for educators and students.
Get a free team-building ebook and learn more about Tuckman's Forming, Storming, Norming, and Performing model at http://www.mindtools.com/pages/article/newLDR_86.htm We can't expect our new teams to perform well when team members first come together. It
Eric Knight explains how you can get better at solving difficult problems and why it's better to be a fox than a hedgehog Eric Knight is the author of the bestselling new book, Reframe: how to solve the world's trickiest problems. It has been described as
Management thought leaders share their ideas on what future leaders can't live without. Featuring: Angel Cabrera, Bill George, Daisy Wademan Dowling, Andy Zelleke, Batia Mishan Wiesenfeld, Evan Wittenberg, Dr. Ellen Langer, and Scott Snook.
Is a Company's Culture Determined by Design or Default? Lifelong entrepreneur Jay Wilkinson, President of Firespring, a 2011 Inc. Magazine Top Small Company Workplace shares his company's secret sauce to a vibrant culture that attracts and keeps great tal
15 Ways Intelligent People Deal With Difficult and Toxic People.. In this video, I'm going to show you 15 effective ways to deal with difficult and toxic people. Be sure to like this video and subscribe our channel so you won't miss any interesting update
Linda A. Hill and Kent Lineback, authors of "Being the Boss: The 3 Imperatives for Becoming a Great Leader," describe the three types of networks you need to succeed.
In a multi-year study, researchers at the Harvard Business School first asked 600 managers from dozens of different companies to rank the impact of five factors that are normally associated with motivation - recognition, incentives, support from managers
DR. JOHN P. KOTTER -- is internationally known and widely regarded as the foremost speaker on the topics of Leadership and Change. This is the premier voice on how the best organizations actually achieve successful transformations. Dr. John P. Kotter is a
The way our minds shape what we notice and how that allows us to do complicated things with ease. And the problems this ability can cause us as we try to work and live together. Steven Wirth is Exec. Dir. of the Centre for Contemplative Dialogue.
A short video illustrating the effects of different values within a group.
Dr. Linda Wagener gives helpful insights and practical tools in how to resolve conflict in a cross-cultural context.
A rap video about how to resolve interpersonal conflict.
While this video pertains to Brandman University, there are similar programs with other schools if you are involved with the Human Resource learning. UsingCareer Link, a free software provided byBrandmanUniversity will enable you to create and present you
As a former and future business owner, I find a business to be ever evolving systems that are constantly changing. (Senge et al., 1994) adds that, “Archetypes are also a natural vehicle for clarifying and testing mental models about those systems&rd
This is a video dedicated to a concept of mental models and how they can help you become successful. The concept was borrowed from Charles Duhigg, author of Smarter Faster Better and the power of habit.
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