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  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    "Change Management" Is An Oxymoron

    Change can't be managed. Change can be ignored, resisted, responded to, capitalized upon, and created. But it can't be managed and made to march to some orderly step-by-step process. However, whether change is a threat or an opportunity depends on how prepared we are. Whether we become change victims or...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    You Can't Build A Team Or Organization Different From You

    We can't build a team or organization that's different from us. We can't make them into something we're not. But countless managers and management teams try. There are two major reasons that this disconnected approach doesn't work. First, unless you're a superb actor, you can't be a split personality and...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Inspiring And Energizing With Strong Verbal Communications

    We can't inspire and energize people with memos, mission statements, data and analysis, charts, goals and objectives, measurements, systems, or processes. These are important factors in improving performance. But that's management, not leadership. People are inspired and aroused by exciting mental pictures of a preferred future, principles or values that...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Visions Provide The Energizing Context To Reach Our Goals

    Like mission and vision statements and values, goal setting and visioning labels often get confused and used interchangeably. Generally that doesn't matter. As long as the people on our teams and in our organizations are clear and consistent with their meanings and approaches, we shouldn't get hung up on definitions...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Communication Strategies, Systems, And Skills

    Communication is both a symptom and a cause of organization performance problems. Over the years, we've heard hundreds of managers use communication as a vague catchall for every type of organization and team problem imaginable. Generally, the root cause of many "Communication problems" was deeper than that. Communication strategies, systems,...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Reward And Recognition Pathways And Pitfalls

    Don't use money to try and shape behavior or boost performance. It rarely works. If you think it has in the past, what happened when you took the carrot away? No doubt, performance slipped and you were left with stimulus-dependent people looking for progressively bigger carrots. Unless people feel compensation...

    Provided By CLEMMER Group

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    "Change Management" Is An Oxymoron

    Change can't be managed. Change can be ignored, resisted, responded to, capitalized upon, and created. But it can't be managed and made to march to some orderly step-by-step process. However, whether change is a threat or an opportunity depends on how prepared we are. Whether we become change victims or...

    Provided By CLEMMER Group

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    You Can't Build A Team Or Organization Different From You

    We can't build a team or organization that's different from us. We can't make them into something we're not. But countless managers and management teams try. There are two major reasons that this disconnected approach doesn't work. First, unless you're a superb actor, you can't be a split personality and...

    Provided By CLEMMER Group

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Inspiring And Energizing With Strong Verbal Communications

    We can't inspire and energize people with memos, mission statements, data and analysis, charts, goals and objectives, measurements, systems, or processes. These are important factors in improving performance. But that's management, not leadership. People are inspired and aroused by exciting mental pictures of a preferred future, principles or values that...

    Provided By CLEMMER Group

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Visions Provide The Energizing Context To Reach Our Goals

    Like mission and vision statements and values, goal setting and visioning labels often get confused and used interchangeably. Generally that doesn't matter. As long as the people on our teams and in our organizations are clear and consistent with their meanings and approaches, we shouldn't get hung up on definitions...

    Provided By CLEMMER Group

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Communication Strategies, Systems, And Skills

    Communication is both a symptom and a cause of organization performance problems. Over the years, we've heard hundreds of managers use communication as a vague catchall for every type of organization and team problem imaginable. Generally, the root cause of many "Communication problems" was deeper than that. Communication strategies, systems,...

    Provided By CLEMMER Group

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Reward And Recognition Pathways And Pitfalls

    Don't use money to try and shape behavior or boost performance. It rarely works. If you think it has in the past, what happened when you took the carrot away? No doubt, performance slipped and you were left with stimulus-dependent people looking for progressively bigger carrots. Unless people feel compensation...

    Provided By CLEMMER Group