We’re undergoing significant change and I can’t be everywhere. How can I help my managers lead?
If you’re struggling with how to help your direct reports lead change, you’re not alone. CIO Magazine readers, check your October 15, 2012 issue on page 12 for thoughts on what leaders can do to help their managers with change leadership. In the column, we cover:
- How to keep managers on track when clients pull their focus
- What to do when managers are strong technically, but haven’t developed strong people skills
- How to handle local experimentation during change
The article is not online yet. If you’re not a CIO subscriber and want to read the article, let me know.
More Readings on Change Leadership
If you’re interested in change leadership, you might also be interested in these recent articles:
- Herding the Smart Cats: Successful IT Change Leadership, which give a case study from one company that did it right
- If Everyone Jumps, Do You Jump Too?: Using Social Ties for Change Leadership, which explores the unexpected connection between peer pressure and change
- Becoming a Change Leader, which gives tips on sharpening change leadership skills