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Removing Uninvited Guests at Your Thanksgiving Table

By Bonnie Artman Fox / November 25, 2020
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This Thanksgiving is like none other. Perhaps people are missing from your table because they don’t feel comfortable meeting in person due to the coronavirus pandemic. On the other hand, there may be people present at your table who have completely different views about the handling of the pandemic. Whether you are sitting around the…

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The Leadership Skill that Motivates Change

By Bonnie Artman Fox / August 17, 2017
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Hank was angry. He couldn’t get his employees onboard with the new computer system. From his perspective, he did all the “right” things. He provided reasons for the upgrade and training to enhance efficiency, but employee resistance persisted. In our last blog, we discussed three possible reasons behind employee resistance to change. Today, we address…

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Gain Employee Buy-In to Change

By Bonnie Artman Fox / July 31, 2017
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The company faced a new rollout. Employees learned a new computer system and it changed the daily workflow. The manager got frustrated with employees that complained about the changes  and weren’t appreciating how the  system boosted the company’s efficiency and long-term competitive advantage. When your employees resist change, it has a negative impact on work…

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Abrasive Behavior Turnaround: 6 Key Elements Of A Proven Change Process

By Bonnie Artman Fox / August 25, 2015
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This is a four part series of blogs addressing the question “Can abrasive employees really change?”.  In Part I we addressed the importance of the manager working through their own anxiety before intervening with the abrasive employee.  Today we address how to create the conditions of change through a proven change process.     Change…

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