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5 Steps to Make Change Stick

As a leader, how effective are you with personal change management? Can you make change stick? What I’ve found is that one of the best ways to ensure successful habit change is to be clear about your reasons and priorities. This may seem easier said than done, even for the most successful leaders, because we’re […]
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Make Change Stick: 3 Questions for Success

Even the most successful leaders have tried and failed to make change stick, while others seem more successful. What makes the difference? As much as we’d like to believe otherwise, we humans have far less personal control than we like to think we have. We largely go about our days operating out of automatic patterns […]
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Make Change Stick: Knowing Isn’t Enough

When it comes to personal change, like breaking or making a new habit, even the best leaders can struggle. It is difficult to make change stick. A hallmark of great leadership is adaptability and growth. I’ve written about this type of mindset, here. But changing habits—making changes stick—can be one of the hardest things to […]
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