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    The importance of involvement

    Posted by Anne-Lise MacKenzie on Jul 8, 2011

    In change implementation, powerful engagement processes are designed to foster commitment, encourage new behaviours and teach new skills.

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    3 principles for helping people adapt to change

    Posted by Anne-Lise MacKenzie on Jun 21, 2011

    Helping people adapt to change is best done by middle and front-line managers – who we call local sponsors.

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    Social media is a learning tool

    Posted by Anne-Lise MacKenzie on Sep 30, 2010

    The role of social media in learning has sparked a debate that is likely to continue for some time yet. I have just finished reading this brief article in HR Magazine which summarises a discussion...

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    4 ways change agents can make rewards more...

    Posted by Anne-Lise MacKenzie on Aug 18, 2010
    Rewards are a real challenge for change agents. It can seem all so logical

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    Do we really know what motivates us?

    Posted by Anne-Lise MacKenzie on Jul 7, 2010

    Today, I discovered this fascinating video about the reality of motivation and the role rewards and incentives play.

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    Change management and austerity

    Posted by Anne-Lise MacKenzie on Jun 25, 2010

    We are about to publish the results of our ‘flash’ survey on ROI and change management. Fascinating stuff it is too. It gives some great information on the inputs and outputs of the change process....

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    How well do you know your change communications...

    Posted by Anne-Lise MacKenzie on Apr 15, 2010

    In this month’s newsletter from Changefirst, David looks at the power of communication and how this underpins a successful change vision and builds commitment to change.  JFK set out an incredibly...

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