Leading in a culture of change: personal action guide and workbook
Your Personal Guide to Leading Change
Change is an inevitable part of today’s organizational life. To survive as a leader you must develop the skills that will mobilize your constituents to do important work no matter how fast the world around you is changing.
Leading in a Culture of Change Personal Action Guide and Workbook is an essential companion to Michael Fullan’s bestselling book, Leading in a Culture of Change. This practical guide is designed to help leaders in all sectors (corporate, education, public, and nonprofit) manage and drive productive change within their organizations.
The workbook is filled with illustrative case examples, exercises, and resources that you can use with individuals or groups. It will help you (and any change agent) integrate the five core competencies–attending to a broader moral purpose, keeping on top of the change process, cultivating relationships, sharing knowledge, and setting a vision and context for creating coherence in organizations–and empower you to deal with the issues of complex change.
Leading in a Culture of Change Personal Action Guide and Workbook includes
Once you have worked through this book you will have developed a deep understanding that will be a benefit to you personally and professionally.
Praise for Leading In a Culture of Change
"At the very time the need for effective leadership is reaching critical proportions, Michael Fullan’s Leading in a Culture of Change provides powerful insights for moving forward. We look forward to sharing it with our grantees."
"Using specific examples, Fullan convinces us that the key change principles are equally critical for leadership in business and education organizations."
"A compelling and insightful exposition on how leaders in any setting can bring about lasting, positive, systemic change in their organizations."
"This small but powerful book is a primer on transformational leadership. He neither oversimplifies the mission of the school administrator nor makes the work appear impossible."