“The first step in becoming an effective “Change Leader” is self-awareness.  Once you become aware of your own style of leading change (that is, once you begin to develop your “Change Intelligence®” or “CQ®”), you also gain insights in how to flex your style to  more powerfully and smoothly connect with other key stakeholders in the change process, greatly enhancing the possibility of forging collaborative partnerships.”
 — Barbara Trautlein, Change Catalysts

Expecting and Adapting to Change with Barbara Trautlein

Session 130

LIn any kind of business, there will be changes as time goes on, and Barbara has seen plenty of change in the organizations and industries around the globe that she has consulted with.  How can you identify your own leadership skills to make you an even more effective change leader?  Barbara explains the three styles of leading change and how you can identify them. Barbara and Beth also explore why people resist change, and how leaders can reframe resistance from enemy to ally, to engage for change.

They discuss:

  • What is “Change Intelligence/CQ”?
  • What are common causes of “resistance to change,” and what can you as a leader do to “overcome it”?
  • What qualities do you really need to be an effective leader?
  • How can you effectively handle change in yourself and your organization?
  • How can you identify your Change Leader Style, and how can that insight propel your effectiveness, and your ability to build relationships and get results?
  • Email Barbara: BTrautlein@ChangeCatalysts.com
  • Change Catalysts Website: changecatalysts.com
  • Find Barbara on Twitter: @btrautlein

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