GettingChangeRight.com: a Practitioner’s Guide to Implementing Change, Launched
Innovative leadership specialist and organizational consultant, Seth Kahan, has developed a practical hands-on guide for managers and organisations interested in making changes that foster employee engagement, conversations and human interactions. GettingChangeRight.com based on his book, Getting Change Right: How Leaders Transform Organisations from Inside Out, to be published May 2010.
GettingChangeRight.com offers business insights, field-tested techniques, guidelines and templates to visitors. To get successful authentic change right, leaders are urged to engage – the need to connect to people, to listen as much as to share ideas, and to involve as many key people as possible in the realization of their goals.
Kahan comments “Change doesn’t flow top-down, bottom-up, or sideways, but inside-out. Real change happens because people want it to happen; they are engaged. Without engagement, you are left with two alternatives: force and failure. There are occasions when force works, but they aren’t pretty. This resource is about success.”
Since its debut GettingChangeRight.com has received over 1,000 visits per month. Kahan has been acknowledged as an expert and exemplar in change leadership, working with CEOs and Executive Directors of high level organizations that include World Bank, Peace Corps, NASA IV&V, Project Management Institute, American Institute of Architects, International Bridge Tunnel and Turnpike Association, and many others.
Seth is the author of Fast Company’s expert blog, Leading Change (SethFast.com), and a regular contributor to the Washington Post column, “On Success” (SethPost.com). He is an Associate of the Taos. Kahan received the designation Visionary by the Center for Association Leadership and The Society for the Advancement of Consulting has recognized him as a Thought-leader and Exemplar in the field of Change Leadership.
Kahan is the Principal of Performance Development Group Bethesda, Maryland.
For further information:
Seth Kahan, Principal
Performance Development Group, Inc.