Change is Like a Slinky: 30 Strategies for Promoting and Surviving Change in Your Organization - eBook
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Vendor: Northfield Publishing
Publication Date: 2004
A practical guide to navigate change in today's organizational climate. Change or perish: this is a current motto for leaders in all types of organizations. But how does one adapt to such fast and furious change and effectively lead the organization through change intact and more effective? Hans Finzel provides a proven strategy in Change is Like a Slinky, exploring the six major phases in the cycle of change. As he says, 'Change is a lot like a Slinky... A slinky can be a lot of fun, but it is also completely unpredictable.' Instead of grudgingly wading through inevitable change, readers will find themselves equipped and fired up to tackle it head on.
HANS FINZEL (D.Miss., Fuller School of World Missions; Th. M., Dallas Theological Seminary) is the president of HDLeaders. He served for 20 years as president of WorldVenture (formerly CBInternational). He and his wife, Donna, spent ten years as missionaries in Eastern Europe, working with WorldVenture to train pastors behind the Iron Curtain. Hans is the author of ten books, including Change is Like a Slinky, Launch Your Encore, The Power of Passion in Leadership, Unlocking the Scriptures, and his bestseller The Top Ten Mistakes Leaders Make. He co-authored The Top Ten Ways to Love Your Wife with his wife. He is the host of the Leadership Podcast, The Leadership Answer Man and is a widely sought-after speaker as an expert in leadership development, change management and international studies. The Finzels make their home in Highlands Ranch, Colorado and have four children.
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Wilma Kirk LeeHouston, TXAge: 55-65Gender: female4 Stars Out Of 5Great ThemeDecember 13, 2012Wilma Kirk LeeHouston, TXAge: 55-65Gender: femaleQuality: 4Value: 5Meets Expectations: 4I liked the concept of the slinky. When change is viewed, it is often scary - the slinky brought smiles. Great idea with a fun theme for a challenging topic.
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