Leading Change: How Successful Leaders Approach Change Management

  • 8h 3m 50s
  • Paul Lawrence
  • Brilliance Publishing
  • 2019

It is often claimed that 70% of organizational change efforts fail, despite the popularity of linear change models, such as Kotter's 8-step model. The reason few change efforts succeed as intended is because they are based on two implicit assumptions: that the leader or leadership team will come up with a vision and then succeed in persuading the rest of the organization to follow, and that people will happily embrace change without being afforded the opportunity to make their own meaning of that change.

Leading Change offers an alternative. It provides a framework for change that opens opportunities for people within the organization to play a significant role in the process. Supported by academic research, and grounded with a range of examples and cases, the book offers a valuable approach to successful change management.

In this Audiobook

  • Chapter 1 - The Emerging Change Model
  • Chapter 2 - Dialogue and Communication
  • Chapter 3 - Listening
  • Chapter 4 - Voicing
  • Chapter 5 - Reflection
  • Chapter 6 - The Evolution of Perspective
  • Chapter 7 - The Evolution of Purpose
  • Chapter 8 - The Evolution of Identity
  • Chapter 9 - Power and Politics
  • Chapter 10 - Authenticity
  • Chapter 11 - Resistance to Change
  • Chapter 12 - Systemic Thinking
  • Chapter 13 - Case Study: The Emerging Change Model in Practice
  • Chapter 14 - Getting Started
  • Chapter 15 - Leadership
  • Chapter 16 - Building Capability
  • Chapter 17 - The Role of Coaching
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