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Shift Your Energy

I recently started using a Fitbit for the first time and have become obsessed with how many steps I can take in a day.  It feels good to have a tangible goal to work towards, and theoretically, it doesn’t take much effort to go for a walk around the block or even a few miles (th...

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Adapting Change Management to an Agile Approach

Over the years, I have heard the word Agile many times as I worked in the project world at my company.  In some years, it was a hot topic in our project toolkit and in others it was barely mentioned before it finally went dormant. Fast forward a few years, and Agile has once again become front ...

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Practice Self Compassion During Challenging Times

Like most everyone, I am experiencing a rollercoaster of emotions during this time of unprecedented change. Regular routines have been upended, and it's difficult to stay focused. I don't feel as productive as I think I ‘should’ be. Balancing work, life, family, safety, emotional ...

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The Power of Change Agent Networks

Recently, I created a change management strategy for the global rollout of an expense management tool impacting over 5000 employees. The strategy had all the necessary components - strong executive sponsorship, designated change management resources, alignment with project management and robust enga...

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An Interview with Theresa Moulton about Lead Change 2019

Change Management Review and ACMP New England co-sponsored the third annual Lead Change conference at the Burlington Marriott in Burlington MA on November 4th.  Bill Murphy, ACMP NE Board Member, was able to connect with Theresa Moulton, Editor-in-Chief of Change Management Review, to get ...

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Neuroplasticity - The Red Zone or the Blue Zone? You have a choice.

It is hard to believe another year has passed, and Lead Change 2019 is only a few weeks away. At Lead Change 2018, Bill Murphy and I presented on Positive Psychology and how it applies to Change Management.  Since then, I continue to learn and train on this topic.   I execute many of ...

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There's an assessment for that?

If you dabble in the HR or Leadership Development world, or even if you don’t, you are likely aware that there are a myriad of different assessments that can be leveraged to assist in raising awareness of strengths and weaknesses in almost any area. From 360 to DiSC to StrengthsFinder to Emoti...

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Change Management Trends for 2019

Over the past twenty years, change management has evolved from a “nice to have” ad-hoc program into a globally recognized field with professional certifications and accreditations. During this evolution, change management trends have shifted to keep up with industry trends (if you are up...

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ACMP Change Management 2019 Global Conference

Change management professionals from around the world gathered in Orlando, Florida last month to attend one of the industry’s most prominent events - the ACMP Annual Global Conference! This year marked ACMP’s 10th annual conference and several members from the ACMP New England chapter we...

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