The Leader as Coach: Guiding Your Team in Dynamic Change Edit Title

Wed, Aug 05, 2015 at 1pm EDT / 10am PDT Edit Date

It's virtually impossible to fulfill your mission over the long haul without change. Key people come and go, the economy surges and lags, new ways to engage donors or members emerge seemingly every day, and the imperative to operate cost-effectively is ever-present. Envisioning, designing, and implementing successful change - the kind of change that positions organizations to achieve and sustain the necessary results - is critical. Change, in fact, is one of most studied phenomena in business, approached from an incredibly wide variety of disciplines and perspectives. Oft-cited statistics like "70% failure" aside, the fact that we continue to search for answers indicate that there are more losses than wins when it comes to change initiatives. Much of the focus is on leadership, but beyond buzzwords and inspirational quotes, there is little in the way of real guidance. In this webinar, Snowflake LLC suggests that real leadership isn't about exciting and inspiring, but about actively coaching throughout the entire change process, which in the first place requires that you know more about and pay more attention to your "followers" than to becoming the next charismatic management celebrity.

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  1. Celebrity Leader vs. Top-notch Coach...contemporary change demands constant awareness and continuous, focused interaction.

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Join us as we discuss "change audience personas" and the lessons that can be drawn from knowing your "organizational society".

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