Executing with Resilience
In Managing at the Speed of Change, Daryl Conner suggests that we each have a baseline level of resilience, that this baseline can be increased through practice and development, and that, as we implement major change initiatives, we can create temporary surges in our own and others’ resilience by applying key principles that reflect our understanding of humans in transition.
The first two articles in this series focus on understanding the elements of resilience and what individuals and leaders can do to build and support it. Here I’d like to focus on the third element in this model: What can we as change agents do to support and enhance human resilience as we execute critical initiatives? [Read more…]