The HR Challenge: Guiding Teams to Make Required Changes When Most People Don't Want to Change

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Reut Schwartz-Hebron, The Colorado HR Association, January 20th 2012

2012 Human Resources Conference…Smart HR

There are three types of people in your organization:

Those who are both willing and capable of making the adjustments needed in order to achieve [...]

The Great Importance of the Perception of Change

Achieving desired outcomes depends on the ability of teams to make needed adjustments to the way the team learns, plans, interacts and executes. If your team is trying to increase sales, for example, people will need to make minor or bigger adjustments to one of the above. If your goal is to increase innovation, people [...]

What's Your Team Brain IQ?

The first intelligence test was created in 1905 to determine which French school children were too “slow” to benefit from regular instruction. The idea was that children were increasingly able to learn difficult concepts and perform difficult tasks as they got older.

How quick is your team able to benefit from new opportunities and [...]

Are You Man Enough to Report to a Woman?

Women in management positions have a unique set of challenges to deal with. As a woman who has managed and worked side by side with men for many years, I have certainly come to appreciate the development women need to make in order to work in senior positions in business. From what [...]

The DNA of Effective Teams

Richard agreed to work with his R&D team mainly because of repetitive pressure from the manufacturing group. As Systems Division Director in the telecom industry, he knew it was delaying other departments and frustrating clients when deadlines were not met. Richard’s VP realized that development deadlines are not always in [...]

Brain Science and Changing People

Most people assume that executives can go to a presentation or be exposed to models, and if they understand those models, the logic and reasoning, they will be able to apply the needed changes.

Brain science says otherwise.

In the last ten years neuroscientists discovered that there are two very different systems in the brain: one for [...]

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. [...]

When Some of the Team is Ignoring Needed Changes

“We have experienced several waves of growth over the past two years. In the first year we  quadrupled in size, and we are now ten times bigger than we were two years ago. With growth came new challenges and I’d like to see that we remove them out of our way.” (CEO, Security software industry)

Johan [...]

Transformational Innovation Workshop

We now know that thinking a certain way can produce [...]