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Prioritize Change Projects in Your Organization

What will have the biggest impact?

Change must be consistent in organizations if they are going to continue to grow, prosper and meet the needs of their consumers. And often, there are many changes that an organization would like to implement. Prioritizing changes ensures that the right change initiatives are launched at the right time […]

Develop a Plan for Continuous Improvement

Follow These Six Simple Steps

Continuous improvement initiatives enable organizations to make regular small changes in workflow. Employees can adapt better to change when it is occurring regularly and is well planned. Take these six simple steps to launch continuous improvement initiatives:

Do some research – where are some potential areas for improvement? Gather feedback […]

Onboarding at the Department or Workgroup Level

Onboarding does not need to be the responsibility of Human Resources only. Business line managers, supervisors and team leaders could, and should, be onboarding new employees at the department or workgroup/team level.

Onboarding at the department or workgroup level will be different that onboarding completed by Human Resources. Consider the following components to be covered/shared […]

No One is Perfect! - Part 4

One leader’s story of how accepting he is not perfect led to stronger working relationships

<This story is about one of ACG’s coaching clients, the name of the leader as well as other information that may identify the leader or the organization has been changed. Read Part 1 , Part 2 and Part 3 of […]

A Mini Case Study: No One is Perfect! - Part 3

One leader’s story of how accepting he is not perfect led to stronger working relationships

<This story is about one of ACG’s coaching clients, the name of the leader as well as other information that may identify the leader or the organization has been changed. Read Part 1 and Part 2 of the story.>

Jack’s […]