THINKING BUSINESS
a blog by Chris Barrow

Change leadership

Twenty-first century change leadership begins with acknowledgment of the following realities:

  1. Change isn’t just a set of tools and techniques; it’s a state of mind

  2. Change isn’t just about fixing yesterday’s mistakes; it’s about preparing for a new tomorrow

  3. Change isn’t about surviving; it’s about thriving

  4. Change isn’t just about fixing yesterday’s mistakes; it’s about preparing for a new tomorrow

  5. Change isn’t about surviving; it’s about thriving

  6. Change isn’t just about the bottom line; it also means focusing on the “top line”

  7. Change isn’t just about putting out fires; it’s about blazing new trails

  8. Change need not be the enemy; it can be an ally

  9. Change isn’t about creating fuzzy mission statements; it’s about creating a compelling vision

  10. Change isn’t about developing detailed plans; it’s about “futuring”

  11. Change isn’t about competing in the future; it’s about creating the future

  12. Change isn’t about incrementalism; it’s about quantum advances

Guidelines for change leadership

  1. Leading change must be a way of life

  2. Leading change means casting off the 20th century

  3. Leading change means building coalitions

  4. Leading change involves creating a learning organization

  5. Leading change involves creating a learning organization

  6. Leading change is about changing oneself

*This article was originally published in the Confidence Club ezine

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