The Trigger Zone outlines the contours of the neuro-psycho-dynamic approach to change management. Simon Sijbrands connects the inner and outer world of people and translates it into a number of guiding principles; behavioral change means, for example change in the brain. This simple fact has a lot of implications for the design and implementation of change processes.
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Neurotic leaders create neurotic organisations. This mini-article identifies five neurotic styles of organisations and explains how they can be used to better understand the ‘smell of the place’.
Published on 11 Nov, 2019
In this book the processes of individual and organizational change their characteristics and dynamics are explored, and resemblances between personal and organizational change are highlighted.
Published on 30 Nov, 1996
Anton Obholzer's new book provides insights into the unconscious processes at play in the workplace and an introduction to a balanced approach to organisations.
Published on 30 Nov, 2020
"The importance of top team alignment"
This blog entry addresses the importance of top team alignment programmes.
Published on 23 Mar, 2014
"Unraveling the processes of change"
In this paper, the processes of individual and organisational change—their characteristics and dynamics—are explored, and resemblances between personal and organizational change are highlighted.
Published on 1 Jan, 1999
"A review of leadership coaching"
This working paper presents a review of leadership coaching, including the different forms of coaching, goals and what makes it work.
Published on 1 Mar, 2004
Inscribe courageous conversations into organisational DNA
How to create an organisation where people find meaning in, and are captivated by, their work.
Published on 21 Jun, 2019
At this critical junction in the history of humankind, leaders that are proficient in magical thinking aren’t going to solve our problems. Creating alternative realities is not the answer. We need a very different kind of leadership―leaders who can resist the calls of regression and whose outlook is firmly based in reality. We need leaders who analyse and draw conclusions from, or use their own experiences as a development tool, face their strengths and weaknesses, and critique their own experiences in order to build new understandings.
Published on 30 Nov, 2020
"A look at Russian history and capitalism"
This article reflects on the history of Russia, focusing on the country's late-20th and early-21st-century development as the Russian Federation.
Published on 1 Jul, 2008