10 Keys to Strategically Lead Organizational Change

10 Keys to Strategically Lead Organizational Change  

By Peter Barron Stark | January 15th, 2010 | Leadership / Leading Change

In this video, Peter gives 10 keys to strategically lead organizational change. This is a continuation of our November issue of The Quest for Workplace Excellence. Sign up here!

Here is a quick summary of the tips that Peter outlines in the video above:

  1. Clarify your vision
  2. Ask yourself, “How have I changed?”
  3. Involve everyone in the change process
  4. Increase communication and provide training
  5. Change what you reward
  6. Hold people accountable
  7. Redefine your heroes and heroines
  8. Demonstrate unwavering commitment
  9. Redefine loyalty
  10. Become comfortable with change

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