Enterprise Agility at the Human Resources Agenda (part 1)

There is no doubt that in the last year we have witnessed an unimaginable acceleration of change in various paradigms, from consumer habits to where we work and how we communicate and interact. In this context, companies in all sectors must prepare and adapt to survive and lead markets in a global context of accelerated change. When we analyze these paradigm shifts, we certainly hear ideas like…

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Understanding Change Management from a Neuroscience Perspective (Part 2)

In this two-part article, my focus will not be on finger pointing but will explore the human physiological reasons for change resistance and change fear. In the second part of this article, I will focus on the Brain-Based Conversation techniques for the Change Practitioners to help facilitate communications with individuals and teams that can help overcome resistance or fear of change.

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Understanding Change Management from a Neuroscience Perspective (Part 1)

In this two-part article, my focus will not be on finger pointing but will explore the human physiological reasons for change resistance and change fear. In the second part of this article, I will focus on the Brain-Based Conversation techniques for the Change Practitioners to help facilitate communications with individuals and teams that can help overcome resistance or fear of change.

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The Real Value of Organizational Health

Organizational Health is connected to business goals. Achieving business goals is directly related to the performance of our organization’s talent and value proposition. Today, various industries, consumers and businesses are constantly changing to keep up with consumer demand. We too must be willing to change on a regular basis. If we do not have this capability in the organization, it’s time to develop it or it will end up costing us dearly.

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