How to Ignite a Winning Culture Facing Change

effectively lead through change video elearning courseSince many of you have asked us about our leadership change management videos, we wanted to let you know we now have an e-learning leadership change management course that makes a great stand alone course or blended learning course trainers can use as a pre or post tutorial to an in-classroom training. Time-pressed executives can select a single module or take the entire 6-module training at one sitting.

The “instructors” for this e-learning course are well-known entrepreneurs and thought leaders like Andy Grove, who co-founded Intel and Stephen Covey, author of “The Seven Habits of Highly Effective People.”

This course is affordably priced for managers and executives who want to invest in their own leadership development. We also offer discounts for multiple number of users. Call (888)380-5491 or Email us for more information.

Leadership Change Management E Learning video training featuring Intel co-founder Andy Grove, Stephen Covey and executive coach Marshall Goldsmith. Here are some of the learning benefits of the course:

    • Effectively communicate and manage uncontrollable change
    • Make positive behavior change as a leader
    • Increase ability to spot opportunities and beat the competition
    • See a sample the course or register to see a full-fledged demo.

by Holly Green

Want to spread an idea like wildfire throughout your organization? Start withhow to turn 10% support for a vision into the majority getting one out of every 10 people to passionately care about winning.

As business leaders, everything we do should focus on setting our organizations up to win. But we can’t do it all ourselves. Which means we also need to get our employees obsessive and relentless about winning – a task much easier said than done.

If you’re struggling to build a winning attitude in your organization, I have some encouraging news. Scientists at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute have found that when just 10 percent of the population holds an unshakable belief, their belief will always be adopted by the majority of the society.

Not some of the time, but always. Which has huge implications for business leaders trying to shape attitudes and opinions in their organizations.

Read more on how to turn 10% into a majority >>

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