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So far R. Kendall Lyman has created 11 blog entries.

Leading Through Transitions

“Our emotional wake determines the story that is told about each of us.” What great insight for leaders leading through transitions—personal, team, or organizational. If I were to ask those you lead to describe your emotional wake, what would they say?

By |2022-06-18T14:13:41-06:00January 19th, 2022|Leadership, Uncategorized|Comments Off on Leading Through Transitions

Excellence in Practice Award

Our work with Sun Life Financial and Duke Corporate Education won the Association for Talent Development (ATD) Excellence in Practice Award for Organizational Learning & Development.

By |2017-09-20T17:21:35-06:00September 20th, 2017|Change|Comments Off on Excellence in Practice Award

Stephen Woessner Chats With Kendall Lyman (posted on Onward Nation)

Kendall Lyman is the author of “CHANGE THE WAY YOU CHANGE!”, a founding principal of The Highlands Group, a firm specializing in strategy, organizational change, and leadership development. He helps leaders around the world to navigate change, improve employee engagement, and transform culture. Kendall has consulted with a wide array of organizations ranging from Fortune 500 to small and midsize firms.What you’ll learn about in this episodeIncreasing your own capacity as a leaderTips and strategies for expanding your influenceDeveloping the self-awareness needed to [...]

By |2017-09-06T23:27:25-06:00September 6th, 2017|Guest Blog|Comments Off on Stephen Woessner Chats With Kendall Lyman (posted on Onward Nation)

Overcoming Resistance

In a study by the Conference Board, respondents rated organizational resistance as the biggest challenge to implementing successful change. Resistance is a natural reaction to any change. For example, employees have been trained to work in a particular way; they follow certain processes; and they have mastered those processes over time. Then a change comes along. Isn’t it natural that at least some people would question the change even when the reasons are compelling? Others might go beyond questioning and simply refuse to [...]

By |2017-07-15T11:22:52-06:00May 12th, 2017|Change|Comments Off on Overcoming Resistance

Change Dilemma

I bought a drink at a convenience store the other day for $1.16. Of course I didn’t have the exact change, so I ended up with a bunch of coins in my pocket for the rest of the day. Not sure about you, but I hate spare change in my pocket—not so much that I would say “keep the change,” but enough to let it annoy me. How similar is this to the changes we deal with in the work place? Most of [...]

By |2017-07-15T12:40:27-06:00April 4th, 2017|Change|Comments Off on Change Dilemma
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