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COMFORT ZONE: ONE GREAT THIEF OF HUMAN POTENTIAL

Part Three - The problem is that nothing stays the same. There is within all of us a natural inclination to keep things the same. The problem is that while we work to keep things unchanged, they don’t really stay the … Continue reading

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COMFORT ZONE: ONE GREAT THIEF OF HUMAN POTENTIAL

Part Two – Implication for Leadership and Management A basic principle of psychology is that people are hedonistic. We move toward pleasure and away from pain, which is why we like our comfort zones. When we’re given a goal, we … Continue reading

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COMFORT ZONE: ONE GREAT THIEF OF HUMAN POTENTIAL

Part One True leaders lead people to achieve outstanding outcomes that few see and most don’t believe are possible. What if the followers have trouble believing they can achieve their part? How often do you need and want people to … Continue reading

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In change leadership, followers must be sold

You’re a leader with a big initiative. You need to implement significant change in your team, department or organization. You believe the change will be good for the company and for the individual team players affected.  It appears to be … Continue reading

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The often-overlooked imperative to change leadership

Think about how some change initiatives are rolled out. Some leaders responsible for change enlist a variety of functions at the corporate level to communicate and support change efforts. Marketing comes to the table with a great marketing campaign, complete … Continue reading

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