Since The Change Agent’s Dilemma radio show is taking a break this month, here is a recap of the seven episodes that have aired so far this year. Click the play button below each description to listen to that episode.
Gaining Agreement on a Blueprint for Change
Guest: Martha Greenway, former Deputy Superintendent of Fulton County Schools in Georgia
My guest recounts a fascinating story about gaining agreement on a blueprint for change as she led the initiative for the organization to become a charter school system.
How to Say Anything to Anyone
Guest: Shari Harley, Author of How to Say Anything to Anyone
My guest shares why candor is so important when you want to influence change. Hear the steps that will help you build candid relationships at work, and learn a straightforward process for having feedback conversations.
How to Get Things Done When You Feel Powerless
Guest: Karen Steinberg, Founder of The Possibility Practice
Listen to this episode to hear situations that cause people to feel powerless at work, and learn what you can do when you feel like you can’t do anything at all.
Building a Remarkable Culture
Guest: Tim Kuppler, Founder of The Culture Advantage
In this episode, you’ll hear the hallmarks of a remarkable culture and learn the steps you can take to build a remarkable culture in your organization. Listen in to hear how to measure culture and what it means to build “culture muscle.”
How to Implement Change With Smooth Transitions
Guest: Brian Horgan, Project Director at United Illuminating
My guest shares how his project team realized they needed to use change management. I share the high-level process we used in a change management workshop that paved the way for successful implementation. And Brian will explain what he and his team did to ensure smooth transitions.
Finding Your Change Agent Voice
Guest: Daryl Conner, Chairman of Conner Partners
My guest in this episode is an internationally recognized leader in organizational change and author of Managing at the Speed of Change and Leading at the Edge of Chaos. He shares how being a change agent is about more than what you do — it’s about who you are.
Implementing Change Management at ESPN
Guest: Tonya Cornelius, Vice President of Learning & Organizational Development at ESPN
In this episode, my guest tells the story of how they implemented a custom change management approach at the sports TV network. Listen to hear how she decided to develop a custom change management approach, what the approach entails, and how they implemented it.
Do you have suggestions for future guests on the show? Please contact me and let me know who I should invite.