In a rapidly evolving world, it’s both surprising and concerning how often change initiatives miss their targets. From weak leadership to employees resisting change, our findings from executives shed light on the challenges companies face in embracing transformation. Let’s explore how.
Don’t Be Sensitive By Sharon Moskowitz You know what I think gets a really bad rap, especially in the workplace? Sensitivity. Today, the word Sensitive has a feminine connotation. Sensitivity is depicted as a less desirable and hidden trait in a male-dominated workforce. The act of being sensitive or possessing sensitivity has been made synonymous … Read more
Set Intentions, Not Destinations By Sharon Moskowitz The concept of authenticity dates back to the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries when human beings considered themselves as individuals instead of placeholders and cogs in a system of theological and social relations. During this period, the prevalence of autobiographies and self-portraits provides evidence of the emphasis on self … Read more
We are sharing a peek of our executive research in hopes of helping you bridge the gap between your intended transformation outcomes and your actual transformation results.
Set Intentions, Not Destinations By Sharon Moskowitz In the U.S. alone, the beauty and personal care industry is an $85 billion market, with the self-care market at $450 billion; through 2026, the overall market is expected to grow at a compound annual rate of 3.93 percent. If you purchased the best, most fuel-efficient, high-powered, low-maintenance … Read more
Set Intentions, Not Destinations By Sharon Moskowitz This is important. Stay with me, line by line. Which would you rather have: a penny ($0.01) that doubles daily for 31 days or $5 million right now? Don’t do the math; just blurt it out – what’s your first response? If you’ve been asked or heard of … Read more
The pace of change continues to increase as our world becomes more complex, ambiguous, and uncertain driven by COVID ripple effects, evolving customer and consumer behaviors, social unrest, political division, AI/tech integration…just to name a few. In our work environment, change is pouring in on unrelenting waves with higher-level complexity and magnitude.
The words you say to the tone of voice you use and the body language during the conversation, body language is the critical communication modality, accounting for 55 percent of the interpretation of the communication.
Attitudes and mindsets at work are contagious. The sooner you identify, discuss, learn from, and accept each individual’s reaction to change, you can actively choose to either stop the negative spread or encourage a positive attitude.