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Why You Are Not Getting The Buy-In You Need

Whenever I am training groups or working with people on a one to one basis, a topic that seems to continuously come up is how can I get the buy-in and support of the people I lead and manage. In many ways I am not surprised that this is such a big topic right now. […]

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Adopt The Right Behaviours If You Want To Make Change

Leading change in any organisation presents challenges.  In large and often complex public sector organisations this challenge is often even greater. Making one change, even what some might regard as fairly small scale or routine can often be a massive struggle. In big organisations generally making change and realising the anticipated benefits of the change […]

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What’s Stopping You Being An Effective Leader

If you are reading this article, I guess you either are a leader or an aspiring leader. I know that when you are on the outside looking in, being a leader can seem straightforward. Fast forward to when you are in a leadership role and it might feel a whole lot harder. I’m sure like […]

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What To Do When You Are Encountering Resistance To Change

The demands on the NHS and on healthcare as a whole are increasing all of the time.  Longer life expectancy and advances in medicine mean that the need for services are going to add to that demand.   Faced with this challenge change and the need to make continuous change and improvement is just part […]

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