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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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Mar. 27, 2012 9:15 am
In 1997 J. Kouzes and B. Posner wrote an excellent book about what employees need in order to follow leaders. The book, The Leadership Challenge, covers the employee perspective. Recently, Right Management (part of ManPowerGroup) conducted a study to get the management point of view. The way leaders see it, they believe their leadership success depends on the following: Fit with company...  Read More
Mar. 20, 2012 9:31 am
The topic of changing people who don't want to change has always fascinated me. I think, to a great degree, this fascination was nurtured by success. We all know the truism. If you ask most people if you can change people who don't want to change, they'll probably say 'no.' But what if you can change people who don't want to change? What if even the biggest assholes can become respectful? I...  Read More
Mar. 13, 2012 9:32 am
Over the years I have run into several excellent articles about how to align execution with business goals. You set goals, you set a strategy that is an initial road map to the goal and if people follow the map and apply needed mid-course corrections, the assumption is you'll reach your destination. Some articles emphasize the importance of setting goals correctly. Remember the SMART acronym? As...  Read More
Mar. 6, 2012 9:26 am
Is raising awareness to an issue a good trigger for inspiring change no matter what attention you draw? Late in 2011 the NBA player, Ron Artest, changed his name to Metta World Peace . The declared goal was to inspire and bring youth together all around the world. I'm all about world peace. Coming from Israel, peace has a deep meaning for me, but I'm afraid in this case the name change may...  Read More
Mar. 1, 2012 9:04 am
A bully is often defined as "A person who uses strength or power to harm or intimidate those who are weaker." The damage of bullying is great but I would argue that, more importantly, the very definition of the phenomenon is blocking organizations from solving this problem! Harrison Psychological Associates reports that the business costs of bullying to employers where people...  Read More
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