Topics: Mission and vision, Vision and mission, deep transformation, leadership paradigm, executive education, Executive Development, leadership excellence, executive leadership training, executive communication, leadership communication, leadership formation, spirituality and business, leadership wisdom, personal branding, relationship capital, executive learning, executive vocation, forward-thinking realized, business success, organizational story, leadership legacy, corporate culture, leadership transition, identifying adaptive change, board engagement, Company Founder, business, reflections, stakeholder engagement, leadership, coaching
Our mission at Design Group International is clear: we help organizations and their leaders transform for a vibrant future. The word transform indicates some type of change. We deal with change every day and with every client.
As you might imagine, over the years, we have learned a lot about change. But mostly we’ve learned that change takes courage, curiosity, and trust.
Over the next few months, through my blog writing, I plan to take a deep dive into change and the three behaviors that I’ve found helpful in approaching, embracing, and engaging it.
This month, let’s take a bird’s-eye view of change and how practicing courage, curiosity, and trust can help. Let’s take them in reverse order.
Act first or think first? Which is you? Which is your organization?
One of the most significant leadership challenges of our day is to manage complexity. When we propose to do something new, or unfamiliar, or even something that we have done before, it is often helpful to make sure we have a solid process to help us get to where we need to go.
Process Design has many benefits, including:
High-quality transformative advancement efforts are essential in order to achieve the mission of any non-profit organization.
By focusing on developing authentic donor relationships that are built on trust and shared purpose helps position a long-lasting relationship for success.
Equipping board members, executive directors, and advancement professionals to approach donor relationships from this perspective ensures that a true partnership exists.
Implementing a comprehensive capital campaign is an essential component to transforming and equipping your organization for the future.
Begin with the end in mind.
Topics: strategic planning
There is a lot packed into the words leadership transition and succession planning.
Topics: succession planning
Coaching is walking alongside a leader by partner with them in a thought-provoking and creative process that inspires them to maximize their personal and professional potential.
Topics: leadership coaching
I am often asked, "How do you become a consultant?" or "How do you stay in business?" I am happy to report that two members of the Design Group International community are sharing their wisdom, and holding space and time for small groups....to learn together about process consulting. Two online courses will be offered in June through the Society for Process Consulting for people who: