Why Should Experts Guide Managers to Facilitate Change Themselves?

John, a Deputy Director General in a large hospital, found the productivity of Lisa’s team to be a problem because it was draining his time and energy. Lisa was responsible for a team who provided many valuable services to the hospital’s doctors and patients. John believed the team wasn’t made up of the right individuals [...]

Politics and Conflicting Interests Preventing Change

When teams do not make needed adjustments, your organization is stuck, blocked from optimizing productivity or accessing its full potential.

Mark, the Director of HR and Operations for a large transportation company, couldn’t believe he drove two hours to attend the strategic change meeting. It seemed like a total waste of time. When the strategic consulting [...]

Can People's Personality Change?

Janet inherited her team from a previous director who managed the department for over ten years. As a director, she had the expectation that she would invest her time in promoting the department and in strategic issues, but instead she felt she was drawn into the nitty-gritty of production. “My team is downright lazy. I [...]

Empowering HR to Do the Impossible

Michael Cushman, President, to present at COSHRM 2011

Overcoming high resistance and changing difficult people are nearly impossible, but the combination of three new “people-developing” technologies enables HR leaders to do amazing transformations, quickly, precisely and reliably.

Join the 2011 SHRM Colorado State Conference (COSHRM) for Revolutionary HR Human Capital in the New Economy Sept. [...]

Giving Organizations Access to Their Potential

“The most important thing right now is to redefine roles in a way that serves our sales efforts. I can understand the need to be involved as an owner…we need to serve the business with our strengths and that starts with looking at things soberly.” (COO, manufacturing industry)

Bill has been with the company for over [...]