Too often, leaders step into a new role and immediately look to make changes, bring in their own team, and archive the culture they’ve inherited. It’s no wonder they encounter change resistance, underperformance, and high turnover along the way. How can leaders and their organizations avoid creating tension between the legacy culture and the one they’re trying to instill? In my conversation with Jason Noble on his “No Bull” podcast, we explore how leaders can become more followable and inspire deeper engagement and higher performance during periods of change, so they can fulfill their growth aspirations.
In this interview, you’ll learn:
The first action new leaders must take to accelerate engagement
The biggest problem leaders underestimate
The first step when navigating your company through a change
How leaders can keep people on track and avoid talent drain
A quick way to boost engagement
How to get your entire workforce to drive their own development
The three landmines to avoid during transitions
“One of the biggest mistakes CEOs make is to skip the step of making sure their entire workforce, at every level of the organization, understands the journey that they’re on.”
Become a followable leader and accelerate your growth journey.