Join your peers to explore new and innovative approaches to navigating unprecedented change by helping your people build a change mindset.
Leah Swan, Chief Administrative Officer, The Children's Place Rachel Wallins, HR Group Vice President, The Children's Place Gary Magenta, Chief Change Architect, Root Inc. Sarah Buck, Director of Strategic Growth, Root Inc.
While welcoming adversity might feel counterintuitive and against how most human brains are wired, the benefits are huge. So the next time you’re facing what you would normally consider an undesirable and unexpected problem, try hugging that thunderstorm of adversity. Odds are, you’re about to see your personal growth skyrocket.
Leaders need to tell stories because facts tell, and stories sell. Stories create connections. I feel like everyone does have a good story to tell; they just always don't know how to organize their facts in a compelling way.
Change is only as effective as its sustainment effort. The good news is that with a little planning, sustainment is not that hard to prioritize. Sustainment can’t be an afterthought either, though — you need to get people thinking about it, talking about it, doing something with it, and breaking down barriers. With a consistent approach, you can help make change stick.
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