Over the last ten years, I’ve worked with a lot of change agents with varying types of authority, expertise, roles, and projects. And even though every situation is different, those who are most effective at getting things done tend to exhibit common traits. When coaching individual change agents, I find we work on building these seven factors to boost their influence.
Another year is coming to a close! The following are the most popular posts of 2018 at the Enclaria blog. Which were your favorites, and what did you miss?
Thank you for reading and sharing! What topics would you like to see covered next year? Please reply in the comments. [Read more…] about Top Change Articles of 2018 at Enclaria
I often meet people who want to move into change management from another job, and they ask me, where do I start?
The good news is that most of the people I know who do change work full time didn’t start there. When you’re in school, you typically don’t recognize that it would be necessary to study change or that change is even a job unto itself. You have a different job first, realize that there’s got to be a better way to get things done, and decide to do something about it. [Read more…] about So You Want to Be a Change Practitioner. Where Do You Start?