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Reut Schwartz-Hebron
Reut Schwartz-Hebron
President and thought leader of KeyChange Institute (www.KeyChangeNow.com). Key Change Institute is a national organization that provides groundbreaking performance improvement and business execution consulting services rooted in brain science and experience-based learning.
 

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Dec. 27, 2011 9:00 am
Olafur Grimsson, the president of Iceland recently spoke about Iceland's growth coming out of the crisis of 2008: a complete collapse of Iceland's banking system, and the economic crisis that followed. What most people don't know is that this crisis was followed by a dramatic volcanic eruption. In Grimsson's words: "If you were given the laboratory task of testing the resilience of a nation, I...  Read More
Dec. 20, 2011 9:00 am
As a change agent you know the difficulty of Top-Down change. Senior executives, like the rest of us, see things from their own perspective. They may define desired results and how to go about getting desired results very differently than you do, which typically blocks you from making needed progress. Bottom-UP efforts are equally challenging. Even if teams do change, there is always a concern...  Read More
Dec. 13, 2011 9:00 am
Whether they know it or not, leaders in organizations are often change agents. Most experts will probably agree that a CEO's role is to set strategy and vision as well as build a culture that will optimize the organization's productivity. The CEO ultimately sets the direction, responding to changes in the market and, as result, managing the internal changes that are required in order to...  Read More
Dec. 6, 2011 9:00 am
In one of the organizations I worked with in the past they had saying: "If you tie a manager to a tree and wait twenty years, that manager will turn into a C level executive." In that organization, promotion was dictated by passively sticking around. The less you heard about those managers, the more likely they were to succeed. A recent study by Nir Halevy of Stanford Graduate School of...  Read More
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