In this insightful interview special guest Ashley Goodall and Theresa Moulton, Editor-in-Chief of Change Management Review™ explore how stability management can transform your approach to leading organizational change and support a healthier, more productive work environment. By focusing on stability management, leaders can create a work environment that supports employees’ psychological health and maximizes their ability to contribute effectively. This approach not only enhances the success of necessary change initiatives but also fosters a more resilient and engaged workforce.

In this episode, Ashley and Theresa discuss:

  • What exactly is the problem with change?
  • What would you say to someone who argues that you can’t obtain success or improvement without changing?
  • What are the negative consequences of change for individuals, teams, and organizations?
  • How do you define the employee experience you call “life in the blender”?
  • Since change must happen sometimes, what’s the best way for leaders to manage change?

About the Guest:

Ashley Goodall is a leadership expert who has spent his career exploring large organizations from the inside, most recently as an executive at Cisco. He is the co-author of Nine Lies About Work, which was selected as the best management book of 2019 by Strategy + Business and as one of Amazon’s best business and leadership books of 2019. Prior to Cisco, he spent fourteen years at Deloitte as a consultant and as the Chief Learning Officer for Leadership and Professional development. His newest book, The Problem with Change published on May 7, 2024.

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