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PLAN TO BE YOUR BEST …As You Navigate Change

Seven out of ten are stressed to such an extent it affects their mental and physical health (according to The American Institute of Stress). That means most of the people in your organization are experiencing unprecedented stress.

Consider this: PLAN TO BE YOUR BEST …As You Navigate Change©

  • Top indicators of change exhaustion
  • Three pillars of this change leadership program
  • Success story: Federal Home Loan Banks
  • Rick’s suggestion for you on how to approach planning questions

Rick describes how the leaders at the Federal Home Loan Banks asked for his help when they faced challenges they’ve never seen before. Then he reviews the facets of his program and the important role asking and answering insightful questions plays in his change leadership program.

The offer of a free download can be seen HERE.

12 Questions to Ask Now As You Lead Yourself and Others Through Change



What would it look like if your teams worked together so well they performed cohesively, stayed on strategy and reduced their own stress?

There’s a plan for that with PLAN TO BE YOUR BEST …As A Team©.

  • Here’s how it works
  • What’s in the agenda
  • What clients say
  • And one thought about your role in this

Especially during these stressful times, between remote work, low employee engagement, burnout and questions over how to lead at a time such as this, executives want to know how to more effectively build cohesive teams.

Team cohesiveness and navigating change are two of their most pressing concerns. (Sources: Gallup, Predictive Index, Deloitte, Gartner)

Rick Cram, consultant, facilitator and strategist, equips leaders and their teams with the most effective ways to lead themselves and others when change challenges everything.

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