How can new leaders navigate the roller coaster of emotions? My guest, Mick Spiers, is the founder of The Leadership Project and the host of The Leadership Project Podcast. Mick is also the best-selling author of You're a Leader, Now What? Mick shares valuable insights from his book, including: Defining Leadership vs. Management The Crucial Role of Coaching and Mentoring Navigating the Leader's Emotional Roller Coaster Building Strong Connections with Your Team Understanding Rewards and Recognition Preferences Engaging Teams through Dialogue Fostering an Empowering Learning Environment Shaping a Vibrant Organizational Culture Learning from New Leader Mistakes Unpacking the Power of Emotional Intelligence Tune in to gain wisdom on leadership's emotional landscape and practical tips for success.Nicole Greer on Social Media:LinkedInInstagramTikTokYouTubeBuild a Vibrant Culture WebsiteMick Spiers Links:Mick Spiers Book: You're A Leader Now What?: The proven path to high performance leadershipMick on LinkedInThe Leadeship Project Website
Lorraine Chambers: Using Experiments To Drive Agile Change, Lessons from a Test Automation Initiative Read the full Show Notes and search through the world's largest audio library on Scrum directly on the Scrum Master Toolbox Podcast website: http://bit.ly/SMTP_ShowNotes. This story starts with an agile transformation featuring a shift-left initiative. The team faced challenges in implementing test automation due to unclear policies and time allocation. Recognizing the challenges faced by the teams, Lorraine engaged with managers and leaders, advocating to give teams the support they needed. Through that, it was possible to help the teams with guidance on Test-Driven Development and support in using an internal testing tool. When it comes to helping teams adopt new practices, Lorraine advises identifying policy and decision-makers, gathering relevant data, and proposing time-limited experiments for major changes, culminating in retrospective evaluations. [IMAGE HERE] As Scrum Master we work with change continuously! Do you have your own change framework that provides the guidance, and queues you need when working with change? The Lean Change Management framework is a fully defined, lean-startup inspired change framework that can be used as the backbone of any change process! You can buy Lean Change Management the book at Amazon. Also available in French, Spanish, German and Portuguese. About Lorraine Chambers Lorraine's vision of excellence is summed up in the words of philosopher, Lao Tzu -- “A leader is best when people barely know he exists ... " She's held several roles in the Fintech industry, including Product Owner and Quality Assurance. She's a native New Yorker that loves travel, music and museums. You can link with Lorraine Chambers on LinkedIn and connect with Lorraine Chambers on Instagram.
Justin Spears is the founder of MXI Consulting and a seasoned business management executive with a passion for driving growth and transformation. As a United States Navy veteran, Justin brings a wealth of experience in directing complex projects and programs, launching new divisions and programs, and driving continuous improvement across organizations. He is a certified Scrum Master, certified Safe 5 Agilist, and holds certifications in Change Management, Design Thinking, and Lean Six Sigma. With an M.A. in Intellectual Leadership and an M.B.A. in Entrepreneurship and Innovation, Justin is a strategic thinker who provides expert guidance in entrepreneurship, change management, business growth, industry expansion, product development, organizational culture, and Agile and LEAN management. He has a demonstrated history of developing and implementing scalable programs in both government and commercial industries, directing change initiatives, and leading process modifications and continuous improvements. --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/vets2pm/support
Dominando la Ejecución de un Plan Adaptándose al Cambio" En este episodio, profundizamos en la esencia de la planificación y exploramos cómo ajustar de manera efectiva la dinámica de la ejecución de un plan. Aprende por qué un plan es tu hoja de ruta hacia el éxito y descubre los pasos clave para adaptar tu plan cuando las circunstancias cambian. Únete a nosotros mientras desentrañamos el arte de mantenerse ágil y lograr tus objetivos en medio del cambio. Tertulia de Guias Podcast. Recuerda seguirnos en:Tertulia de Guias Podcast Plataformashttps://linktr.ee/IrresponsePreguntas & Sugerencias de TemasLinkedinhttps://www.linkedin.com/company/tertulia-de-guias-podcastFacebookTertulia de Guias PodcastTwitterhttps://twitter.com/GuiasPodcastOvercasthttps://overcast.fm/itunes1529025205/tertulia-de-guias-podcastStitcherhttps://www.stitcher.com/show/tertulia-de-guias-podcastBuzzsprout Directoryhttps://www.buzzsprout.com/1304869
Value-based care has been dominating industry conversations in recent years. Here on Radio Advisory, we talk a lot about best practices, how to make the right investments, and how to best prepare leaders for the future of value-based care. But given all this momentum, we want to spend time asking the question: what are the misconceptions or misaligned expectations that leaders have around value-based care? In this episode, host Rachel (Rae) Woods invites Advisory Board value-based care expert Daniel Kuzmanovich and Optum Advisory Service's SVP of value-based care, Erik Johnson, to discuss the mindset shifts they think leaders should be making when pursuing a sustainable value-based care strategy. Throughout the conversation they discuss what leaders are currently getting wrong, how myths about value-based care are impacting the industry, and more. Links: Ep. 172: Build a value-based enterprise: Live from 2023 Value-Based Care Summit Ep. 126: [Bonus content] Commercial risk is possible—here's how How Health Plans Can Support Providers in Risk The climb to value-based care [Upcoming Roundtable, Nov. 9-10] Shaping the New Era of Value-Based Care Learn more about Advisory Board's value-based care on-demand courses Explore what volumes and revenues a structural heart program could capture in different scenarios, with Advisory Board's new calculator, sponsored by Edwards Lifesciences. Advisory Board is a subsidiary of Optum. All Advisory Board research, expert perspectives, and recommendations remain independent.
Lorraine Chambers: Dismantling Silos, A Critical Aspect Of Helping Scrum Teams Succeed Read the full Show Notes and search through the world's largest audio library on Scrum directly on the Scrum Master Toolbox Podcast website: http://bit.ly/SMTP_ShowNotes. In this episode, Lorraine explores the story of a midsized team within a larger organization. Operating in silos, the team members juggled disconnected tasks, leading to significant carryover between sprints, and an inability to fulfill sprint commitments. The silos led to limited collaboration which, in time, further hindered progress. Lorraine addressed concerns with the Product Owner and manager, but changes were deemed unfeasible at the time. This situation impeded the team's ability to self-organize. As reflection for Scrum Masters, Lorraine advises reflecting on the organizational team model and strategizing how to foster collective participation in sprint planning, shared goals, and self-organization within the team. Featured Book of the Week: Radical Candor by Kim Scott Lorraine discusses a pivotal book in her career: "Radical Candor" by Kim Scott, emphasizing its guidance on effective communication and feedback provision for coaches. The book advocates candidness in delivering both praise and criticism, underscoring the significance of nurturing relationships. Lorraine recounts an illustrative story from the book where a lack of candor led to performance issues. The lesson: timely, candid feedback is crucial. [IMAGE HERE] Do you wish you had decades of experience? Learn from the Best Scrum Masters In The World, Today! The Tips from the Trenches - Scrum Master edition audiobook includes hours of audio interviews with SM's that have decades of experience: from Mike Cohn to Linda Rising, Christopher Avery, and many more. Super-experienced Scrum Masters share their hard-earned lessons with you. Learn those today, make your teams awesome! About Lorraine Chambers Lorraine's vision of excellence is summed up in the words of philosopher, Lao Tzu -- “A leader is best when people barely know he exists ... " She's held several roles in the Fintech industry, including Product Owner and Quality Assurance. She's a native New Yorker that loves travel, music and museums. You can link with Lorraine Chambers on LinkedIn and connect with Lorraine Chambers on Instagram.
¡Estamos a punto de cerrar la temporada 3 de Talento 4D! Ya pudimos explorar todos los enfoques posibles para crear un departamento de Recursos Humanos exitoso. Ahora lo importante es mantenerlo en constante mejoría y crecimiento. En este episodio conversamos sobre cómo crear un ciclo permanente de mejora continua en los recursos humanos que le permita a la empresa u organización seguir creciendo, desarrollándose y sobre todo, elevar su rentabilidad y sus indicadores de desempeño. Si necesitas apoyo con establecimiento de indicadores de desempeño, estrategia cultural y cambio organizacional, no dudes en escribir a la línea de WhatsApp que se encuentra en nuestra página web: www.talento4d.com o al correo email@example.com Y también a través de nuestras redes sociales: Busca @Talento4D en FB, TW, IG y LI.
New Season; New Episodes! SEASON 8 Daily Leadership Tips and Discussions Paul is back in the recording studio and is bringing new challenges, discussions, leadership tips, and stories. Season 8 is going to be a little different, so be sure to give me feedback and comments by emailing me at Paul@CLCTeam.com Lots of new stuff to come... please consider subscribing, sharing with a friend, and giving me a review. while I work through the sound issues this first week back. Have a great day and Lead Well! “Run To Your Challenges!”
Le'Angela Ingram brings, over a decade of experience in a variety of private, public, and academic organizations in the areas of Change Management, Staff Training and Development, Career Development, Organization Development, Human Resource Assessment, Workforce Diversity, her work efforts focus on improved organization effectiveness, staff skills and employee commitment, and increased employee sensitivity to individual and cultural differences; reduction in cycle time and cost; and increased effectiveness and efficiency of workflow. She designs, develops, and launches customized seminars and conferences in diversity, leadership skills, change management, and team building yielding high ratings in content and quality for more than 200 federal agencies. Selected clients include Washington Hospital Center, US Department of State, USAID, US Department of Commerce, US Attorneys' Office, District of Columbia Superior Court, US Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), Graduate School USA, Department of Treasury, Department of Health and Human Services, Anne Arundel Community College, Johns Hopkins University and Sprint. Ms. Ingram earned a Bachelor of Business Administration and Marketing from Howard University. She also holds a Master of Science in Applied Behavioral Science (Organization and Human Resource Development) from The Johns Hopkins University, where she also completed Fellowships in Change Management and Women, Leadership and Change and holds coaching certificates. She is currently pursuing a Doctorate degree in Leadership and Learning Organizations, Candidate 2023. She is certified in Transition Management and Myers Briggs Type Indicator. She is the proud Nina to Alex, Kayla and Brianna and the mother of 2, Dannielle and Joshua. For fun you can find her on blue water beaches, listening to jazz and investing time with friends and family. As a native Washingtonian she enjoys seeking out new small venues for dining. Additionally, I'll be donating to and raising awareness for the charity or organization of my guest's choice with each episode now. This episode, the organization is called House of Ruth. Any and all donations make a difference! You can connect with Le'Angela on: Website - https://www.consultingram.com/about LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/le-angela-ingram/ To connect with me: Interested in working with me as your coach? Book a complimentary 15 minute call here. https://calendly.com/mike-trugman/15min LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/michael-trugman-37863246/ Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/mytrugofchoice/?hl=en Website - https://miketrugmancoaching.com/ Subscribe to my weekly newsletter - https://miketrugman.us7.list-manage.com/subscribe?u=986490d5c62a0102122f3ce27&id=33d78ffe68 YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCUPyP3vEWc-oDlGASe2XIUg Please leave a review for this podcast on Apple Podcasts! - https://podcasts.apple.com/vg/podcast/mike-s-search-for-meaning/id1593087650?utm_source=Mike+Trugman&utm_campaign=dcbd0b11b0-EMAIL_CAMPAIGN_2022_03_08_12_14&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_33d78ffe68-dcbd0b11b0-510678693 Resources/People Mentioned: Servant Leadership - Robert K. Greenleaf Appreciative Inquiry - David L. Cooperrider Getting to Yes - Roger Fisher Black Faces in White Places - Randal Pinkett Transitions: Making Sense of Life's Changes - William Bridges Flawless Consulting - Peter Block The Consultant's Calling - Geoffrey M. Bellman Nancy Rosenshine Appreciative Inquiry Kouzes and Posner
Change management in the legal industry is increasingly important as the industry recognizes the need for innovation and embraces technology. This podcast transcript provides insights into the role of change management in the legal industry and how it can drive positive transformation.Maya Markovich was part of an advanced team that conducted change readiness assessments and developed implementation plans for big tech platforms. This work went beyond simply installing technology and providing user guides. It involved creating the muscle memory and buy-in necessary for long-term change adoption. At the time, Maya had no idea this expertise would be relevant to the legal industry."So the legal industry, you know, hasn't changed much for hundreds of years," explains Maya Markovich on the You Are A Lawyer podcast.However, Maya Markovich eventually realized they wanted a broader social impact and went to law school. While working in law, they were always drawn to working with technology and the benefits it could bring to both clients and attorneys. They saw the potential to reduce the drudgery of early years of practice and improve efficiency. Eventually, they transitioned to the legal tech side and stopped practicing law.In this episode, we discuss: Innovation in the legal industry. Legal tech gaining attention. Legal industry's changing landscape. Closing the access to justice gap. Pro se litigants. Legal tech and innovation space. Law and tech intersect for social impact in various ways. The podcast transcript highlights the importance of leveraging technology to address access to justice issues and make legal services more affordable and accessible to all.The legal industry has traditionally been slow to embrace technology innovation. The industry has relied on traditional methods and practices for centuries with little change or advancement. However, there has been a significant shift towards embracing technology and innovation within the legal sector in recent years."Lawyers are just, you know, they're reluctant to change and the legal industry itself is reluctant to change for a lot of different reasons, but change is coming," shares Maya Markovich on the You Are A Lawyer podcast.ADVERTISER:This episode is produced by KD Creative. Skip the boring stuff about podcasting and go back to running your business. KD Creative offers done-for-you podcasting services by launching podcasts for small business owners and editing podcasts for existing creators. Work with KD Creative to get your content in the ears of your ideal customers. Visit skiptheboringstuff.com to hire a podcast coach. One example of this shift is the emergence of NextLaw Labs, a tech-focused industry innovation catalyst founded by Dentons, the world's largest law firm. NextLaw Labs aims to drive transformation within the legal industry by investing in and evaluating legal tech startups and working with Dentons' clients on their internal innovation initiatives. This initiative recognizes the need for change and aims to position Dentons at the forefront of the evolving legal landscape."[A]lso bringing in diverse stakeholders to the table and understanding what perspectives they can bring is always going to outperform the kind of services that a homogenous status quo focused group is going to be able to deliver to clients," shared Maya Markovich while speaking to Kyla Denanyoh on the You Are A Lawyer podcast.The legal industry has been historically resistant to change for several reasons. Firstly, there is a lack of client-centricity, with the industry often failing to prioritize the needs and expectations of clients. Additionally, the legal sector has been slow to adopt technology, lagging behind other industries in utilizing technology to improve efficiency and deliver better client services."No one goes to law school to sit in a windowless room and do doc review," explained Maya Markovich on the You Are A Lawyer podcast. However, the landscape is changing rapidly. In just a few years, the number of legal tech companies has grown exponentially, from 75 in 2015 to close to 2000 today. These companies offer various solutions, from court filing and e-discovery tools to regulatory monitoring and client request intake platforms. This explosion of legal tech products demonstrates the increasing interest and demand for innovative solutions within the legal industry.Moreover, institutional investors are starting to take notice of the potential in the legal tech market. Previously, legal tech was often overlooked or misunderstood by investors. However, as the industry continues to evolve and the demand for technology solutions grows, investors recognize the opportunity for growth and profitability in this sector.The legal industry is known for resisting change, and many lawyers and law firms remain reluctant to adopt new technologies. This reluctance can be attributed to various factors, including a fear of job displacement, concerns about data security and privacy, and a lack of understanding or awareness of available technology solutions.Join the FREE mailing list!Get behind-the-scenes content from You Are A Lawyer. 1) Visit www.youarealawyer.com2) Add your email address to the Subscribe pop-up box OR3) Enter your email address on the right side of the screen4) Get emails from me (I won't fill your inbox with junk)!
Today I have the privilege of sharing a recent conversation with Melynda Benlemlih who is a coach, facilitator, speaker, trainer, consultant for organizations and Founder and President of Cognitive Agility LLC. She has over 20 years of experience in organizational development in the private and federal sectors applying solutions across the workforce development spectrum. She has built programs in higher education, International business, and federal human capital management and shared so many great tips and techniques on leadership change and what you can do to feel more empowered in your role - at any level. She shared so many great ideas around change management, controlling your life, your time, your habits and how to gain clarity in your life. She has a free resource for you as well so be sure to listen all the way through. In This Episode: Change Management The importance of gaining clarity in your life Stakeholder influencer map Human capital management Empowerment at any level in your career The importance of knowing what you control in your life cognitiveagilityllc.com - free guide: https://www.cognitiveagilityllc.com/ClarityCourse Updated full course information: https://www.cognitiveagilityllc.com/open-enrollment Link to full notes and to listen: https://michellebourquecoaching.com/ep-256-best-of-r…dual-empowerment/
It's the season of change and Jenny is here to share some insightful and powerful lessons around how to embrace and approach it. Change can be transformative, so don't let it drag you down! This one on one quick chat with Jenny is all about how to be adaptable, and apply her favorite saying of “correct and continue” wherever possible. If you enjoyed this episode, make sure and give us a five star rating and leave us a review on iTunes, Podcast Addict, Podchaser and Castbox. Get The MOST Incredible Offer HERE - Join the NEW STRONG Fitness Membership today!Get Your Perfect Sports 20% Discount here by using coupon code: JVBSave $100 off Your MAXPRO Fitness hereApply for the STRONG Formula Certification Program WORK WITH A TEAM STRONG GIRLS COACHSTRONG Fitness Magazine Subscription Use discount code PODCAST Resources:STRONG Fitness MagazineSTRONG Fitness Magazine on IGTeam Strong GirlsCoach JVB Follow Jenny on social media:InstagramFacebookYouTube https://Jennifer Van Barneveld - Pe
Barriers to change stop engineers from innovating. New technology can help change management. If you talk to any of the top management in large engineering organizations, they will undoubtedly say that they want to push their decision-makers and engineering to adopt more streamlined work processes, to do more with less. They want their frontline engineers to increase the productivity of common work processes, to monitor cost alongside manufacturability and to adopt the best new technology to improve upon the status quo. And then they're frustrated when they find that it's hard to get buy-in from engineering. What common barriers to organizational change are these teams missing? And how can they go about overcoming the barriers to change so that the culture change can happen to adopt new technology in the short term and to adapt work processes to reduce workload and increase productivity in the long term. For this conversation, I'm delighted to have Mark Rushton, an engineer with an in-depth understanding of the barriers to change within engineering organizations, especially when it comes to the adoption of new technology that can help engineers work smarter, more efficiently and with less change projects, if only they adopt it. Mark is going to shed light on different types of barriers to change, emotional, tactical even political that inhibit change and stifle innovation. And also what effective communication strategies can help frontline engineers overcome barriers to change.
How can you build financial energy?My guest Dustin Serviss is a financial advisor who has been working with high net worth business owner families since 2005.Dustin uses a combination of science and psychology to help his clients realize the dreams they never dreamed of—and in this episode, he'll share his expertise with you. We'll cover: Building a “portfolio of memories” Teaching your kids values about money Handling finances as a couple Habits to put in place around money The financial next steps for every age milestone And more
Tom Siebeneicher: From Resistance to Adoption, Change Management in Agile Transformation Read the full Show Notes and search through the world's largest audio library on Scrum directly on the Scrum Master Toolbox Podcast website: http://bit.ly/SMTP_ShowNotes. Tom explores the process of change management when adopting Scrum. He shares some of the lessons he's learned over the years, emphasizing the importance of understanding the "why" behind the change and garnering leadership support. Tom advocates for open communication through town hall meetings and QA sessions, fostering knowledge acquisition. He highlights the significance of individual empowerment and addresses the limitations of change capacity for teams and organizations. Tom offers a valuable tip to assess if teams are adopting change willingly or being pressured, underscoring the need to gauge the optimal pace of change adoption. In this episode, we refer to the Lean Change Management framework for effective implementation, which is described in Jason Little's book: Lean Change Management. [IMAGE HERE] As Scrum Master we work with change continuously! Do you have your own change framework that provides the guidance, and queues you need when working with change? The Lean Change Management framework is a fully defined, lean-startup inspired change framework that can be used as the backbone of any change process! You can buy Lean Change Management the book at Amazon. Also available in French, Spanish, German and Portuguese. About Tom Siebeneicher Tom is an engaging speaker, who has delivered presentations at conferences like the Atos DREAM Conference, the Agile Leadership Day, and TED XKE by Xebia. Their enthusiasm for discussing Agile is evident in those talks. You can link with Tom Siebeneicher on LinkedIn.
Como aprendimos en el episodio anterior, la Desincorporación Laboral es reflejo de la Cultura Organizacional, y como ya habíamos visto, se encuentra dentro de la esfera de Gestión del Cambio o "Change Management". En años recientes, el concepto de "Outplacement" ha tomado cierta fuerza en el entorno organizacional, pues sugiere un camino más benévolo y gentil para desvincular a una persona de una compañía, atendiendo a sus necesidades en todos los niveles. Sin importar la razón que detone la desincorporación, un buen proceso de Outplacement buscará, primero que nada, dotar de contención emocional al colaborador que será despedido. Es importante brindarle un espacio seguro para desahogar sus emociones relacionadas con la desvinculación, ayudarle a enfrentar los temores asociados a esta pérdida, y facilitar un proceso para que encuentre dentro de sus propios recursos la fuerza y motivación para seguir adelante. Una vez logrado lo anterior, será más sencillo establecer un plan de metas para que la persona comience con la búsqueda de nuevas oportunidades laborales, ayudarle a mejorar su currículum, prepararle para las entrevistas que se le vayan presentando, incluso realizarle una evaluación psicométrica y brindarle retroalimentación sobre sus principales competencias y áreas de oportunidad. Aquí te comparto elementos clave para realizar un proceso de Outplacement profesional, asegurando las mejores condiciones de salida para el colaborador, y una transición profesional digna. Si necesitas apoyo con un proceso de desvinculación laboral, Outplacement o cambio organizacional, no dudes en escribir a la línea de WhatsApp que se encuentra en nuestra página web: www.talento4d.com Y también a través de nuestras redes sociales: Busca @Talento4D en FB, TW, IG y LI.
In this episode of In The Club Podcast by Club Colors, John Morris provides valuable insights into the impact of AI on branding. He discusses how AI is already being used for audience profiling and content creation, potentially changing the way companies communicate with their audiences. John emphasizes the importance of maintaining authenticity in branding, as AI lacks the soul and humor that humans bring to marketing campaigns.John also shares lessons learned from both traditional and modern sales approaches, highlighting the need for continuous improvement. He talks about the role of humor in marketing campaigns and the power of memorable, funny content.The episode concludes with a fun and entertaining segment called "The Hot Iron with JMO," where John answers rapid-fire questions on various topics, showcasing his energetic and engaging personality. Overall, this episode offers valuable insights into the evolving world of branding and the role of AI in shaping its future.KEY TAKEAWAYSSocial selling is an underutilized tool that can be effective in modern sales and branding.The future of AI in branding may involve a balance between automation and maintaining a human touch in content creation.Maintaining energy and enthusiasm in life and work is essential, driven by personal motivation and the desire to provide for one's family.Balancing work and family life can be challenging but rewarding, especially when supporting children's passions and interests.Golf is the preferred sport for achieving legendary status, representing a personal accomplishment, while humor is crucial in marketing and branding.QUOTES"I think a lot of organizations have created an ICP and they can type in a profile and essentially determine what is the audience that they need to speak to." - John Morris"I think it's going to change content creation. I'm already seeing posts that I go, I'm not so sure that that company wrote that post or whether or not a person did." - John Morris"I think really smart organizations will find a way to balance it. I think really organizations that will struggle will overdo it in order for it to be efficient and it will lack feeling." - John MorrisConnect and learn more about John through the link below.LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/%E2%98%98%EF%B8%8Fjohn-morris%E2%98%98%EF%B8%8F/Club Colors: https://www.clubcolors.com/If you enjoyed this episode of In the Club Podcast with Club Colors, please leave us a review on your favorite podcasting platform!
Eric McNulty, Associate Director of the National Preparedness Leadership Initiative at Harvard University, an instructor at Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, and co-author of the book, You're It: Crisis, Change, and How to Lead When it Matters Most joins us for this episode of Change@Work. He and host, Chris Thornton, discuss what we can learn about human behavior, change, and resilience through his research and analysis of national crises including the Boston Marathon bombings, Hurricane Sandy, and Covid. He explains how these crises can force necessary change, bring out humanity and empathy in business, and promote a sense of unity amongst organizations and communities.
Join us for Part 1 of our podcast series, where we embark on an exploration of innovation in apartment design and management through the lens of data. Meet Mike Kaeding, CEO of Norhart, a visionary company that's reshaping the apartment industry by incorporating data-driven technologies and efficiency strategies from other sectors.In this episode, we dive deep into Mike's remarkable journey, commencing at 02:01. Discover how he transformed challenges into opportunities, unveiling the concept of the "Apartment Assembly Line" and the incredible efficiency of 5-hour construction crews while maintaining top-tier quality (explored at 13:30).But data isn't just a buzzword here – we also explore the impact of city processes on data-driven innovation (19:38), how talent leverages data for change management (23:26), and strategies for retaining top data-driven talent (35:28).Connect with Mike Kaeding on LinkedIn [linkedin.com/in/mikekaeding] and learn more about Norhart's groundbreaking data-driven initiatives on their website [http://norhart.com]. For the full podcast episode, visit [https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/zero-to-unicorn/id1685311966].Are you eager to share your own data-driven innovation journey on the Making Data Simple Podcast? Reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org and let us know why you should be our next featured guest. Hosted by Al Martin, WW VP Technical Sales at IBM, our podcast simplifies the world of data, presenting the latest data trends in an engaging, enjoyable manner.02:01 Meet Mike Kaeding05:42 Turning Dilemma into Opportunity11:05 The Apartment Assembly Line 13:30 5 Hour Crews and Quality19:38 What about City Processes?23:26 Change Management via Talent 35:28 Keeping Top TalentLinkedIn: linkedin.com/in/mikekaedingWebsite: http://norhart.comPodcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/zero-to-unicorn/id1685311966
Toby Rao: How To Get A Team From Mini-Waterfall Sprints To True Scrum Read the full Show Notes and search through the world's largest audio library on Scrum directly on the Scrum Master Toolbox Podcast website: http://bit.ly/SMTP_ShowNotes. In this episode, Toby talks about a team whose burndown chart resembled a cliff, indicating possible problems in the way they managed their sprints. The team was essentially following a mini-waterfall approach, with stories remaining open until the last two days of the sprint. Toby realized the need for change and emphasized the importance of observing what's happening beyond the team's actions. He acknowledged that change couldn't happen overnight and worked with the team to break down stories for better progress transparency. But that wasn't an easy process! Toby shares how he got the team from “you are criticizing us” to having the team take ownership of their process and make the necessary changes. [IMAGE HERE] As Scrum Master we work with change continuously! Do you have your own change framework that provides the guidance, and queues you need when working with change? The Lean Change Management framework is a fully defined, lean-startup inspired change framework that can be used as the backbone of any change process! You can buy Lean Change Management the book at Amazon. Also available in French, Spanish, German and Portuguese. About Toby Rao Toby is an ICF-credentialed Coach and accredited IC Agile trainer, and practices as a certified Executive coach. With a dynamic Agile journey beginning in 2007, he's an active contributor to the global Agile community. He is based in Washington DC Metro, and speaks at Agile events worldwide and co-founded the A20 Agile conference. Toby also co-founded two thriving Agile meetups in the Washington DC area, with a combined 1300 members. You can link with Toby Rao on LinkedIn and connect with Toby Rao on Twitter.
How can you recruit the best people in your industry?My guest Mike Kaeding has an answer—build a place where people love to work.As the CEO of Norhart, a construction business on a mission to eliminate the housing crisis, Mike has consistently attracted top performers with Norhart's unique workplace culture. In this episode, he'll share how you can do the same—and break down his company's mission to create a disruption in the construction industry.He'll also cover: Understanding the genius of others The habits that serve him How to give feedback The power of self-assessment And more
In this episode, Doug interviews Adam Goodman— the third generation CEO of Goodmans Interior Structures. The Black Lives Matter movement deeply affected Adam and spurred him to confront systemic racism within his own company. Goodman gives you his game plan on confronting systemic racism inside his company and it comes with a heavy dose of self vulnerability and a heaping side of courage. He uncovered bias in areas like promotions and "occupational sorting," and how he's working to develop individualized growth paths to retain diverse high-potential employees.Goodman proposes and interesting idea—properly-executed capitalism can help solve societal issues. One example of this is Goodman is engaging his company's surplus resources for community benefit. When Goodman originally brought these ideas to the table, some employees doubted the concept, but this only fueled his commitment to authentically lead with purpose. Goodman emphasizes the power of vulnerable, heart-centered leadership to build trust and reduce stress.Check out the article Doug mentioned.Learn more about Adam Goodman.Click here to get your FREE copy of the Imagine a Place journalFollow Imagine a Place on LinkedIn
When you think of change management, do you imagine a process that takes months or years? Think again. Angela Priest is an extraordinarily skilled facilitator whose 3-day workshops produce immediate and lasting impact. You'll be inspired as you hear Angela describe her approach, where she involves the right people and gets buy-in from key influencers. You'll want to take notes to capture all the valuable ideas she shares. Angela is a seasoned executive and operational strategist with a 20-year track record of improving business operations and leading transformative change in technology, SaaS, and digital service industries. As the former head of performance improvement at J.D. Power, she restructured the customer delivery operating model, improving quality, performance, and time-to-value, as part of a strategy that led to a $1.1bn exit. Angela's experience extends across a company's life cycle, from startup through enterprise. As the Founder of Groyu LLC, she provides advisory services to help businesses navigate the intersection between employee needs and operational performance, guiding organizations to scale their businesses, while bolstering employee engagement, customer retention, and profitability through improved operational design strategies. Her simple, pragmatic approach expedites workflows and reduces costs to establish a firm foundation for sustainable business growth. You'll discover: Experiences Angela had in the corporate world that led her to the work she does today How to blend employee needs with high operational performanceThe 3-day workshop format that Angela uses to achieve rapid transformations with her clientsWhy knowledge transfer often fails to happen effectively…and what to do to fix itThe 3 adult learning principles that apply to knowledge transferCheck out all the episodesLeave a review on Apple PodcastsConnect with Meredith on LinkedInFollow Meredith on TwitterDownload the free ebook Listen Like a Pro
801: Srini Krishnamurthy, Chief Strategy and Information Officer of FM Global, talks about the transformation he is leading within the company and the art of change management behind the transformation. He discusses his unique title and why it made sense to blend strategy with the CIO's responsibilities and sheds light on the strategic planning that takes place within the large-scale insurance organization. Srini delves into the innovative use of digital and data in assessing property risks coming from climate as well as other areas and expands on that use of data with a background on the company's experimentation with generative AI. Additionally, Srini elaborates on the importance of developing his team's skill set to prepare for the future, being a force for change management, and using the lessons from his experience in human resources to drive this talent strategy. Finally, he reflects on the secrets to his success and looks ahead at trends in InsureTech, AI, and more.
La Desincorporación Laboral es un tópico que invariablemente impacta la Cultura Organizacional, y se encuentra dentro de la esfera de Gestión del Cambio o "Change Management". Siempre una desincorporación de talento es un episodio traumático para la empresa misma, para el colaborador que va de salida, y para todas sus redes de interacción internas y externas. Sin importar la razón que detone la desincorporación, aún si la persona cometió una falta grave, o simplemente a pesar de un buen desempeño no hay "fit cultural", o una reestructura organizacional eliminó puestos de trabajo, la manera en que la empresa gestiona la salida de sus recursos humanos revela totalmente la cultura que prevalece en ella, y además es educativa, porque todos los que observan este proceso anticipan lo que pueden esperar en un futuro por parte de su organización si se llega a dar una separación. La gestión del cambio organizacional (y sobre todo este tipo de cambio), es un punto delicado y complejo, que debe hacerse gentil y conscientemente, con respeto y mucho cuidado hacia la persona que va de salida. No olvidemos lo que se dice mucho en redes profesionales: "Despide a un colaborador con el mismo interés, respeto, profesionalismo y cuidado, que cuando le abriste la puerta de tu organización". Aquí te comparto elementos clave para que el proceso de desincorporación laboral ocurra en las mejores condiciones que sea posible. En verdad espero que te sea útil. Si necesitas apoyo con un proceso de desvinculación laboral, Outplacement o cambio organizacional, no dudes en escribir a la línea de WhatsApp que se encuentra en nuestra página web: www.talento4d.com Y también a través de nuestras redes sociales: Busca @Talento4D en FB, TW, IG y LI.
Shana Padgett MBA, BS Clinical Laboratory Science is the Vice President, Advisory Services at Value Capture, LLC. Ms. Padgett is passionate about improving the lives of patients and the organizations that care for them and has led change initiatives for more than 25 healthcare organizations during her career. A motivational leader and dedicated partner, she has a track record of exceeding client expectations and customer deliverables. She is a skilled facilitator, trainer, and coach, with years of experience leading organizations in the planning, execution, and sustainability of strategic improvement initiatives for quality, affordability, and service.Ms. Padgett has worked to improve care delivery systems across the continuum of settings and systems, including public, private, university, government, and socialized care systems. Her specialties include Lean Healthcare; Toyota Production System; Shingo Model Facilitator and Examiner; Six Sigma Black Belt; Operational Excellence; Staff Engagement; Patient Experience; Quality & Performance Improvement; Training & Mentoring; Change Management; Leadership Development & Coaching Vickie has a passion for collaborating with people to create learning organizations that deliver high value by enabling people to reach their fullest potential using system thinking based in respect for humanity. She started her career in manufacturing at Alcoa, considered one of the safest companies in the world, supporting the worldwide adoption of the principles of the Toyota Production System (TPS) as the Alcoa Business System. Here she had the unique opportunity to learn the principles of TPS directly from Toyota sensei while participating in the development of Harvard Business School's Kent Bowen and Steve Spear's seminal work Decoding the DNA of the Toyota Production System. At the request of Paul O'Neill, then retiring Alcoa CEO, she transitioned to applying these same principles to the healthcare industry first at the Pittsburgh Regional Health Care Initiative and then at Value Capture, LLC where she is currently a contracted Senior Advisor. In addition to leading her own consulting company, she owned and operated a bakery business for over 10 years. Vickie has a BSE in Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering from Princeton University and Masters in Business Administration and Public Policy from Harvard UniversityLink to claim CME credit: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/3DXCFW3CME credit is available for up to 3 years after the stated release dateContact CEOD@bmhcc.org if you have any questions about claiming credit.
John Morris is the Executive Director of Brand at Club Colors. With over 10,000 followers on LinkedIn, John is known for his passionate and articulate speeches that inspire and motivate sales teams. He has a background in sales and has transitioned into branding, content creation, communications, and PR to tell the Club Colors brand story.In this first episode, third season of In The Club by Club Colors, the table is flipped and John Morris is now the guest of the show co-hosted by Giancarlo Amador, Adam Stoczynski, and Chris Jaeger. John shares his insights on sales, personal branding, and the importance of EQ in today's society. He discusses the need for salespeople to make statements to keep clients engaged and earn the right to ask questions. John emphasizes the importance of EQ over IQ and the need to embrace discomfort in order to grow. He also highlights the value of authenticity and the power of using LinkedIn as a platform to connect with others and build a personal brand.In addition, John talks about the impact of promotional products and branded apparel in creating adoption, buy-in, and camaraderie within organizations. He explains how Club Colors helps organizations build inspiring brand experiences through their design lab, online company stores, and curated product offerings. John also touches on the importance of purpose-driven branding and the role of AI in content creation.KEY TAKEAWAYSSalespeople need to make statements to keep clients engaged and earn the right to ask questions.EQ is more important than IQ in today's society.Embracing discomfort is necessary for personal growth and success.Authenticity is key in building a personal brand and connecting with others.LinkedIn can be a powerful platform for networking and building a personal brand.Promotional products and branded apparel can create adoption, buy-in, and camaraderie within organizations.Purpose-driven branding is essential for creating meaningful connections with customers.AI can impact branding by automating content creation, but it may lack the human touch and authenticity.QUOTES"A client is not going to stay engaged unless you can make enough statements to keep them engaged, to earn the right to ask the question." - John Morris"There is a challenge in society with an overcooked belief in feelings, and that belief in feelings means that you never get uncomfortable." - John Morris"Opportunity grows from the roots of adversity." - John Morris"The greatest marketing campaign is kindness." - John Morris"I think it's going to change content creation. I'm already seeing posts that I go, I'm not so sure that that company wrote that post." - John MorrisConnect and learn more about John through the link below.LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/%E2%98%98%EF%B8%8Fjohn-morris%E2%98%98%EF%B8%8F/Club Colors: https://www.clubcolors.com/If you enjoyed this episode of In the Club Podcast with Club Colors, please leave us a review on your favorite podcasting platform!
On this episode Heather and Joe talk about change management strategies because as Joe jokes, "We all love change." Actually, people don't dislike change. They dislike being changed. So how can we be better with change? Joe and Heather have some great advice for you.
Seye Kuyinu: Shared Ownership of Change, Strategies for Effective Agile Transformation Read the full Show Notes and search through the world's largest audio library on Scrum directly on the Scrum Master Toolbox Podcast website: http://bit.ly/SMTP_ShowNotes. In this episode, Seye delves into change leadership within an organization facing team cohesion challenges. He highlights the initial step of process assessment and the impact of conflicting factions within a team. The breakdown of processes led to differing interpretations of the team's goals. Seye references Arlo Belshee's work in Agile Engineering Fluency (detailed map here), and suggests establishing work agreements, visualizing the change process, and securing buy-in for effective change. He underscores the importance of collective ownership of change and introduces the idea of a team coaching canvas to facilitate progress. The episode emphasizes collaborative change leadership to address team dynamics and process issues. [IMAGE HERE] As Scrum Master we work with change continuously! Do you have your own change framework that provides the guidance, and queues you need when working with change? The Lean Change Management framework is a fully defined, lean-startup inspired change framework that can be used as the backbone of any change process! You can buy Lean Change Management the book at Amazon. Also available in French, Spanish, German and Portuguese. About Seye Kuyinu Seye has been a Scrum Master for about a decade now. He first connected to Agile, frustrated with the lack of adequate communication that plagues traditional complex projects. He finds People and Interactions over Processes & Tools cannot be overstated, while seeing that everything is a fractal- our individual, team, organization and societal challenges are the very same. The solution in every layer is the same- an understanding of ONENESS! You can link with Seye Kuyinu on LinkedIn and connect with Seye Kuyinu on Twitter.
Brian Hogan - Vice President of Shared Technology Solution @ Southern Glazer's Wine & Spirits explains his 12-step Analytics Change Management Roadmap and more.Connect with us on social media:• Website: https://thedatastorytellers.com/• LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/the-data-storytellers• Apple Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast/the-data-storytellers-podcast/id1493766476• Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/2N0vZtHZHgod4Tll2LX2xa• YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCz9e56lhYUfORiOHMiLlPmA
It's our 1 year anniversary! I can't believe I've had the privilege to talk with so many inspiring women over the last year. And this week is no exception. In this episode of Her HypeSquad with Bosstrack, I sit down with Nikki Jones, CEO and Founder of Changility, to talk about change management, confronting fears, embracing change, and being awesome! About Nikki Jones Nikki Jones (she/they) is the CEO & Founder of Changility. There, she focuses on the humanity of change management and its effect on people first, and her vision is to change the way the world thinks about change, one human at a time. With this unique approach, she creates a new way of working for her clients and their employees, shifting mindsets on strategy design and planning, change and program management, process improvements, and enterprise goal management. Prior to Changility, Nikki was NPR's Vice President of Change Management and Transformation. In this role, she worked to ensure NPR delivered on its business and cultural aspirations, developed more inclusive decision-making and transparent ways of setting project plans and accountabilities and built stronger support systems for cross-departmental collaboration. Prior to NPR, she was the Director of Program Management with SiriusXMRadio, where she coached product teams responsible for digital campaign execution on SiriusXM.com and content management, sales flows, and marketing promotion optimization. As Senior Technical Program Manager with National Geographic Digital Media, she launched the official online experience for the U2 3D film for NatGeo's Cinema Ventures Entertainment Division and led cross-functional teams for all online programs for NatGeo and NatGeo Magazine. As a consultant with Secured Sciences Group, she re-engineered the IT Governance process for the United States Marine Corps' Manpower Information Systems Division. Nikki earned her BS in Social Science/Political Science from Coppin State University and her Master of Science in Information Systems Technologies and Advanced Business Technologies from George Washington University. She served on the board of the National Association for Multi-Ethnicity in Communications in 2015 and served on the Technology and Innovation Committee for the Emma Bowen Foundation from 2019 to 2023. In 2021, she was a fellow for Public Media Women in Leadership's CEO/COOBootcamp. She currently serves on the Leadership Council for the National Small Business Association. Nikki was introduced to tech at a young age through video games. Her love for technology led her through database administration and front-end development and grew exponentially when she became a project manager. Her passion for servant-leadership, program management, and transformation drives her to help minorities confront and embrace the challenges that they face in the technology industry. Contact Nikki LinkedIn: @nikjjones Email: email@example.com Website: www.thechangility.com
How can leaders manage the people side of change?My guest Tim Creasey is a thought leader on managing the people side of change—and his work forms the foundation of the largest body of knowledge in the world on change management.Tim believes that a successful change is possible with and through the people on your team…And in this episode, he'll share his top insights on change management, including: How to look into the future The power of “I” statements and “We” statements The ADKAR Change Model Handling resistance to change Project management tools And more
Welcome to Navigate with Tim Austin. In this episode we'll be exploring the art of managing turmoil in transition seasons. Transitions are naturally seasons of turmoil. They feel like storms passing over our lives, maybe more like hurricanes! But in the midst of the chaos and confusion, there are some approaches that will help us navigate even the most difficult of transitions. Join Tim as he discusses three key strategies to help keep you grounded and clear when transition threatens to overturn your life.Resources:Tools for Transition: A free webinar3D Transitions Group CoachingSupport the showThanks for listening in! You can always learn more about Tim and Encompass Life Coaching at www.encompasslifecoaching.comLet' have a conversation! For coaching inquiries, schedule a call with Tim HERE
Karen Ferris is a kindred spirit. She lives 14 hours away on the other side of the world from me in Melburne, Australia, but when you listen to us talk, we laugh a lot. It's not that the topic is silly but more that is so nice to chat with someone with such a similar mindset towards change, leadership and the future of work. The work that we both do challenges the status quo and established mindsets. That's why Karen's brand statement resonates so much with me. She truly is a rebel with a cause. She doesn't seek change just for the heck of it but rather with the intentional and meaningful goal of making work and life better. The way things have always been done isn't the way they always need to be done. Karen mentioned a quote and book title from Marshall Goldsmith during our episode - what got you here won't get you there. We need to use imagination and creativity to lead differently. We have to unlearn what used to work and relearn what will work and keep repeating that process in the face of constant change. In this episode, we talk about high profile examples of companies doing remote well and companies mishandling return to office. Karen shares some detailed analysis she has done comparing the financial results and employee engagement results of companies both in favour and against distributed work (spoiler alert - RTO mandates aren't good for the bottom line). And in a new feature for the podcast, we talk about the best questions to ask and our favorite vision for the future of work. Karen Ferris | LinkedIn Karen Ferris | Blog | Leadership | Change | Resilience — Karen Ferris Your Stance on Remote Work Has Consequences — Karen Ferris
This podcast is Part 4 of a conversation between Madison Lundquist, principal research lead for process and performance management at APQC, and Lynda Braksiek, principal research lead for knowledge management at APQC, about how to drive effective change in organizations. Part 4 covers how to train and engage employees in the change.
How do you manage your team when restructuring is coming your way? How should you navigate through the changes? In this episode, The World of Work Podcast Hosts James and Jane share their insights and steps leaders should take to lead their teams in the process of restructuring. James emphasizes that the process takes time, and what resonated with him is looking after yourself because change is an emotionally charged situation. On the other hand, Jane suggests it is time to create space to process your emotions. Learn some valuable tips to face this challenge in restructuring through this insightful episode today!
Seye Kuyinu: Effective Agile Coaching, Building Contextual Understanding Beyond Scrum Guides Read the full Show Notes and search through the world's largest audio library on Scrum directly on the Scrum Master Toolbox Podcast website: http://bit.ly/SMTP_ShowNotes. In this episode, Seye discusses a common anti-pattern that scrum masters can fall into, which involves not recognizing the distinction between Scrum practices and real-world situations. The organization Seye was working at had embraced Agile methodologies. However, Seye found some Agile adoption issues like never ending meetings, one-hour daily standups, and conflicts during sprint planning. Seye suggests refraining from commanding the team and emphasizes the importance of not imposing the daily stand-up. He reflects on his own experience of lacking context and merely following the Scrum guide. To address this, we discuss forming coaching agreements with teams to ensure mutual understanding and effective implementation of Agile principles. Seye underscores the need for practical adaptation rather than rigid adherence. In this episode, we also refer to Holacracy, and the book Getting Things Done by David Allen. [IMAGE HERE] Recovering from failure, or difficult moments is a critical skill for Scrum Masters. Not only because of us, but also because the teams, and stakeholders we work with will also face these moments! We need inspiring stories to help them, and ourselves! The Bungsu Story, is an inspiring story by Marcus Hammarberg which shows how a Coach can help organizations recover even from the most disastrous situations! Learn how Marcus helped The Bungsu, a hospital in Indonesia, recover from near-bankruptcy, twice! Using Lean and Agile methods to rebuild an organization and a team! An inspiring story you need to know about! Buy the book on Amazon: The Bungsu Story - How Lean and Kanban Saved a Small Hospital in Indonesia. Twice. and Can Help You Reshape Work in Your Company. About Seye Kuyinu Seye has been a Scrum Master for about a decade now. He first connected to Agile, frustrated with the lack of adequate communication that plagues traditional complex projects. He finds People and Interactions over Processes & Tools cannot be overstated, while seeing that everything is a fractal- our individual, team, organization and societal challenges are the very same. The solution in every layer is the same- an understanding of ONENESS! You can link with Seye Kuyinu on LinkedIn and connect with Seye Kuyinu on Twitter.
On this episode of CLOC Talk, Jenn is joined by Julie Richer, Director of Legal Operations at Bath and Body Works, and Kim Wolfe, Head of Legal Business Management at Wells Fargo Bank. This trio of longtime legal ops professionals breaks down how they implement change management at their organizations. This episode is a must-listen for anyone who wants the inside scoop on how to scale their team, get buy-in and speed up the change management clock.
Yes, you CAN find fulfillment in the corporate world…(And you don't have to wait for luck—you can create your own!)My guest Vidya Raman is a motivational speaker, leadership coach, and author of the new book Lucky You: An Insider's Guide to Achieving Success and Finding Fulfillment in the Corporate World.In this episode, she'll share insights from the book, including: The SHIFT Framework How to get ahead without sacrificing job security Forging your own path to fulfillment A master plan to make yourself lucky And more
#TrueNorth Podcast | IpX experts Brandy Taylor and Michael Benning explore the challenges and strategies of aligning processes across diverse divisions and products while designing them with business goals in mind, maintaining balance, and considering deviations when necessary. They highlight communication, stakeholder support, and adaptability as key factors to success and provide insights into the complexities of achieving process harmonization while emphasizing strategic problem-solving and effective communication. This episode is hosted by IpX's Deanna Hensley.Watch this episode on YouTube.This podcast was based Michael Benning's blog, "Finding and Achieving the Appropriate Level of Process Standardization."Connect with IpX to hear more industry thought leaders. Learn how IpX can help your organization evolve with our functional blueprint for the ecosystem of tomorrow. Drive innovation, create a better customer experience, and enable your workforce as an organization built for change, speed, quality and resiliency. www.IpXhq.comStay in touch with us! Follow us on social: LinkedIn, Twitter, Facebook Contact us for info on IpX or for interest in being a podcast guest: firstname.lastname@example.org All podcasts produced by Elevate Media Group.
Khwezi Mputa: From Silos to Synergy, A Story of Agile Coaches and HR Integration during change Read the full Show Notes and search through the world's largest audio library on Scrum directly on the Scrum Master Toolbox Podcast website: http://bit.ly/SMTP_ShowNotes. Khwezi shared insights from an Agile transformation journey involving collaboration between Agile coaches and the Human Resources department HR business partners. They recognized overlap in their responsibilities and merged into a cohesive team. Challenges surfaced through joint meetings, leading to the realization that their work needed to be aligned. They adopted the SPINE model for effective change, emphasizing starting with the "need" for change. Co-facilitation and shared knowledge enhanced their efforts. To bridge communication gaps, HR partners were encouraged to attend Agile bootcamps. Khwezi emphasized the universality of Agile principles, advocating for their application beyond IT teams, and promoting tool-sharing for wider team benefits. [IMAGE HERE] As Scrum Master we work with change continuously! Do you have your own change framework that provides the guidance, and queues you need when working with change? The Lean Change Management framework is a fully defined, lean-startup inspired change framework that can be used as the backbone of any change process! You can buy Lean Change Management the book at Amazon. Also available in French, Spanish, German and Portuguese. About Khwezi Mputa Khwezi is an experienced Agile coach, trainer, and IT professional since 2008. With diverse roles like Scrum Master, Agile Project Manager, and Business Analyst, she's active in the Agile community, promoting diversity. Passionate about teaching, she empowers individuals and organizations to reach their full potential through coaching and mentoring. You can link with Kwhezi Mputa on LinkedIn.
Dawn Bloomer is a business strategist, consultant, and certified exit planning advisor. She is the founder of Productive Pressure, a philosophy and method that balances the drive for success with a safeguard against burnout. With an MBA and decades of hands-on experience, Dawn has worked with hundreds of practice owners, specializing in legal engineering, healthcare, and architecture sectors.SHOW SUMMARYIn this episode of the Disruptive Successor Show, Jonathan Goldhill is joined by Dawn to share her experiences in running a veterinary practice focused on racehorses and how she learned to balance drive and well-being. She discusses the challenges she faced as a disruptive successor in a partnership and the importance of effective communication and change management. Dawn also introduces the concept of productive pressure, which involves optimizing productivity and well-being through biohacking and time management. She emphasizes the need for clarity in goals and values and the importance of mental fitness in achieving success.KEY TAKEAWAYSBalancing drive and well-being is crucial for sustainable success in business.Effective communication and change management are essential for implementing new ideas in a partnership.Productive pressure involves optimizing productivity and well-being through biohacking and time management.Clarity in goals and values is important for aligning the business with personal aspirations.Mental fitness is as important as physical fitness for achieving success and maintaining well-being.QUOTES"Striking a balance between drive and well-being is essential for sustainable success." - Dawn Bloomer"Productivity is about being efficient and effective with your energy, not just your time." - Dawn Bloomer"We need a certain quality of sleep and consistent sleep to operate at our highest level." - Dawn Bloomer"Optimizing your health span is about staying healthy as long as possible and enjoying the fruits of your labor." - Dawn Bloomer"We can prevent so much more in terms of health issues by being proactive and making the right choices." - Dawn BloomerConnect with Dawn and check out his work through the links below.LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/dawnbloomer/Website: https://www.productivepressure.com/If you enjoyed today's episode, please subscribe, review, and share with a friend who would benefit from the message. If you're interested in picking up a copy of Jonathan Goldhill's book, Disruptive Successor, go to the website at www.DisruptiveSuccessor.com