Often people try to change other people by imposing processes, pushing, prodding, even punishing them.
But that’s not the only way. You can bring change by attracting people—listening, engaging, and involving them.
I’ll share some ideas about how to do that.
ESTHER DERBY draws on four decades of leading, observing, and living through organizational change, combining a deep knowledge of complex adaptive systems with an attention to people. She is the founder of esther derby associates, inc., working with a broad array of clients from Fortune 500 companies to start-ups. She also teaches workshops around the world, supporting leaders to amplify empowerment, engage their organizations in joint problem solving, and evolve their systems toward better results.