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PART 2: Linguistics, psychology and a humanistic perspective of change management: 6 Common Errors.

In the previous article I outlined the linguistic, psychological and humanistic elements of change management and I now plan to investigate six of the most common errors that occur in “Change Management” that I have encountered in over 30 years … Continue reading

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Language, psychology and a humanistic perspective on “Change Management”.

This article is about the humanistic side of “Change Management” and will NOT deal with strategic reasons, business models or specific techniques to carry out this activity. One of the most common phrases heard these days in Management Committees in … Continue reading

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Documenting problems: The Critical Incidence log.

We all know that in business is vital that everything is documented – “If it isn’t written, it isn’t legitimate!” However, when we want to show our bosses or team members that problems exist, the tendency is for us to … Continue reading

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