Leading Change – Stage One: Establishing a Sense of Urgency 

 

Leading Change – Stage One: Establishing a Sense of Urgency 

Do you believe that the leader you are describing in this case study is functioning more as a leader in this change process or as a manager, and does it matter?

 

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Leading Change – Stage One: Establishing a Sense of Urgency 

 

  1. What were the greatest strengths and successes of this leader in “establishing a sense of urgency”?

 

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  1. How could this leader transform their leadership actions to increase their effectiveness in “establishing a sense of urgency”?

 

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Leading Change – Stage Two: Creating a Guiding Coalition – Chapter 4

 

  1. What were the greatest strengths and successes of this leader in “creating a guiding coalition”?

 

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  1. How could this leader transform their leadership actions to increase their effectiveness in “creating a guiding coalition”?

 

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Leading Change – Kotter’s Stage Three: Developing a Vision and Strategy

 

  1. What were the greatest strengths and successes of this leader in “developing a vision and strategy”?

 

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  1. How could this leader transform their leadership actions to increase their effectiveness at “developing a vision and strategy”?

 

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Leading Change – Kotter’s Stage Four: Communicating the Change Vision

 

  1. What were the greatest strengths and successes of this leader in “communicating the change vision”?

 

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  1. How could this leader transform their leadership actions to increase their effectiveness at “communicating the change vision”?

 

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Leading Change – Kotter’s Stage Five: Empowering Employees for Broad-Based Action

 

  1. What were the greatest strengths and successes of this leader in “empowering employees for broad-based action”?

 

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  1. How could this leader transform their leadership actions to increase their effectiveness at “empowering employees for broad-based action”?

 

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Leading Change – Kotter’s Stage Six: Generating Short-Term Wins

 

  1. What were the greatest strengths and successes of this leader in “generating short-term wins”?

 

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  1. How could this leader transform their leadership actions to increase their effectiveness in “generating short-term wins”?

 

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Leading Change – Kotter’s Stage Seven: Consolidating Gains and Producing More Change

 

  1. What were the greatest strengths and successes of this leader in “consolidating gains and producing more change”?

 

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  1. How could this leader transform their leadership actions to increase their effectiveness in “consolidating gains and producing more change”?

 

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Leading Change – Kotter’s Stage Eight: Anchoring New Approaches in the Culture

 

  1. What were the greatest strengths and successes of this leader in “anchoring new approaches in the culture”?

 

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  1. How could this leader transform their leadership actions to increase their effectiveness in “anchoring new approaches in the culture”?

 

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Summary and Personal Applications   

 

  1. How would you summarize this leading change case study including an overall evaluation as to how successful you believe this change process was in leading to significant sustainable change?

 

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  1. In the course of this leading change case analysis, you have identified a number of areas in which this leader could transform their leading change practices on Kotter’s eight steps to become more effective in leading change. Which are the top three areas where improvement in their leading change practices would have the biggest impact on improving their overall effectiveness in leading change?”

 

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  1. What are the key learnings from this leading change case study that will help you in your future role as a leader, i.e., personal applications?

 

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  1. Given what you have learned thus far regarding your own leadership skills, experiences and strengths, what do you believe will be your two areas of greatest effectiveness among the eight steps of change that Kotter outlined, and why?

 

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  1. Given what you have learned thus far regarding your own leadership skills, experiences and strengths, what do you believe will be your two areas of greatest challenge to be effective among the eight steps of change that Kotter outlined, and why?