Leading change: Disconnected and derailed


03 July 2017


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Leadership teams carry the responsibility of identifying what contextual factors have the potential to thwart their change programmes. Our research has found that across the vast types of change occurring within organisations, there are some prevailing factors that are powerful enough to derail any change. We discovered that it is all too easy for leaders to become entangled in their own agenda and to subsequently disconnect from the people relying on them, the current change and even each other.

By reading this article you will: 

  • Understand common forms of disconnection that leaders experience during change
  • Discover the consequences of leaders unintentionally departing from their people and the unfolding change
  • Learn key tips for leaders to consider to keep their change on track


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