Every successful organization has experienced change. With the business environment and its threats constantly evolving, it follows that the inability to change prevents success. Of course, change doesn’t happen on its own. Effective change not only must be managed, it must be led. This is an unfamiliar concept to many executives.
As change expert Edith Onderick-Harvey explains in Forbes’, Developing A Change Leader Mindset, managing change is not the same as leading change. Change management uses tools and processes to conduct projects. Leading change involves setting a course, establishing a culture and motivating your people to follow. Successful leaders are those who lead change, not if, but when it is required.
Considering that over sixty percent of all major corporate change initiatives fail, executives will benefit from enhancing their change leadership approach.
This article explores the five fundamental pillars of change in organizations and suggests ways leaders and executives can effectively lead change.
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- Change management vs. leading change
- Five fundamental pillars of change
- The role of a great change leader
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