Taking Back Control of Your Time

Taking Back Control of Your Time

Let’s talk about time. Who feels they have excess time available?    In last week’s article, we discussed time’s impact on feeling overwhelmed. Time is in short supply with ever-increasing demands looking to take it over. Time is the most precious...
Managing Your Overwhelm

Managing Your Overwhelm

What is your most precious asset as an IT executive, or any executive for that matter?   Certainly, money and investments are high on your list. You can always earn back money that you have lost and find new opportunities and investments.   If we use the criteria of...
Sustaining the Change

Sustaining the Change

This simple quote of 12 words is the foundation of all change management efforts. You, as the leader, must be the change that you want your team to adopt. People believe what they see. Words will not enable a team to change; your action will.    Looking back over our...
Know Your Customer

Know Your Customer

Welcome back to our conversation, focusing on Change Leadership.  We return to discussing the corporate change.  This is the third and last post from my dear friend and colleague Karen Davey-Winter.   In our first conversation with Karen, we learned that as leaders of...
Know your team

Know your team

Welcome back to our conversation, focusing on Change Leadership.    In our last conversation, we learned from Karen Davey-Winter about how leaders are also changing leaders and that there are (at least) three dimensions of change that must be understood and navigated...
To Change Your World, Change Yourself

To Change Your World, Change Yourself

  Last week in our conversation on Change Leadership, we looked at the change curve and the cycle of emotions one goes through during times of change in an organization. This week we will switch gears a bit and discuss the role of the leader in change. We will...