Leading People, Change & Culture Series 1

Leading People, Change & Culture Series 1
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5 videos in this playlist

Accepting Change
Everyone is resisting the changes and Marcus tries to help.
  • Don't stay angry INSTEAD: Limit the venting
  • Don't rehash disadvantages INSTEAD: Consider advantages
  • Don't be inflexible INSTEAD: Explore options
Planning and Organizing
Serena discovers Marcus and Serena have not planned together for the upcoming conference when they each have different ideas. They blame Serena as a distraction, but she focuses on how…
Supervising Effectively
Supervision mistakes are being made - Marcus is vague, Carol bullies and gives poor feedback and Serena makes the fatal mistake of starting an inappropriate discussion with Carol because she…
Transforming SILOS
In honor of "Blue Moon Day", everyone wears blue and Marcus dons a blue carnival mask before his assembled team. Casey presents a tiny personalized number plate to Carlos, she…
Creating a No-Blame Culture
Carol has created an innovative Corporate Social Responsibility program that is being launched to the media. Serena calls a meeting to find out who is behind it. Carol proudly stakes…

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