Disappointments lurk behind every corner of a business.
Whether a client stops working with you, or the competition poaches one of your most promising talents.
Recurring setbacks instill a fear of making change in the mind of many CEOs.
But even though most change initiatives fail, it’s far deadlier if your company stays the same.
Because change means there is a problem you can solve.
And if there are no problems to solve, your business becomes extinct.
With that in mind, you can build your skill of managing change, so you can use it to your advantage.
In today's episode, Steve Kietz, CEO at Reliant Funding, shares how to let go of the fear of change, a popular business practice that leaves your company worse off, and the simplest way to build a team that acts together.
Show highlights include:
- 70% of business transformations fail—this book shows how to manage change and succeed regardless of your industry (2:00)
- The counterintuitive reason why the weak points of your business keep it alive more than anything else (3:12)
- How to create a friendly atmosphere in the workplace (without letting your team become complacent) (4:17)
- Why “Skip Level Management” destroys years of team building for short-term goals (7:10)
- A simple, yet effective emotional discipline strategy to unite a team around a common goal (15:55)