What do we need for successful change? My previous post dealt with the importance of organisational change, this one goes on to look at how change leadership is needed for effective transformation. People don’t necessarily find change easy but change is essential. Organisations have to change, it is inevitable, but managing that change effectively is […]
How Organisational Change can be effective Heraclitus observed that there is nothing permanent except change (c.600 BCE). Therefore change is not a new challenge, but many would agree that the rate of change – in our personal and professional lives – is increasing. Organisational change is more important than ever because the rate of change […]
How good is your questioning technique? What types of questions are effective in leadership, management and coaching? Pierre- Marc-Gaston said “Judge a man by his questions rather than by his answers.” It would not be an understatement to say that asking good questions is a fundamental communication skill and therefore key to effectiveness in […]
“A prudent question is one half of wisdom.” Francis Bacon
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