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Jan 11, 2021

Massive disruption typically comes with both needs and opportunities for change. So, under challenging circumstances, how can organizations effectively address change during challenging times? And, is is possible to do so while avoiding and addressing the potential for burnout? In this episode, I speak to Robert Bogue, business leader, author and public speaker, about how organizations can address critical change initiatives with confidence in order to achieve success.

 

Bio:

Robert Bogue has a driving passion for delivering solutions through both teaching and learning. His drive for resolving problems is fueled by his creativity and innovation to find solutions that others cannot. A business owner and community leader for over 10 years and 17-time Microsoft MVP, he has authored 27 books and edited over 100 additional books. He knows how to ignite engagement, stop from burning out, and freeze a snowballing conflict in its tracks.

 

Rob's Confident Change Management Course: confidentchangemanagement.com

Six Keys to Confident Change Management book: https://www.amazon.com/Keys-Confident-Change-Management-Transformation-ebook/dp/B08HCZ65KN

Rob's website to help combat burnout: Extinguishburnout.com

 

Resources:

Rob's SharePoint Shephard's Guide for End Users:

https://www.sharepointshepherd.com/

 

Kurt Lewin's Change Management Model:

https://confidentchangemanagement.com/change-models/lewin/

 

Dr. John Kotter's 8-Step Process for Leading Change:

https://confidentchangemanagement.com/change-models/kotter-8-step-model/

 

The Prosci ADKAR change management model: https://confidentchangemanagement.com/change-models/prosci-adkar/

 

The William Bridges Transition Model:

https://confidentchangemanagement.com/change-models/bridges-transition-model/

 

Wicked Problems was a concept developed by Horst Rittel and Melvin Webber:

https://confidentchangemanagement.com/change-models/understanding-wicked-problems/

 

More information about Ethnography:

https://confidentchangemanagement.com/book-reviews/ethnographic-interview/

 

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