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Barbara A. Trautlein, Biography
use the power of CQ®
to lead change that sticks
Is your organization struggling in the current economy, forced to make tough business decisions that no one wants to make?
Are you tired of the “program of the year” and want to know how to make change stick?
Are you frustrated by your inability to overcome resistance to new ways of working?
Change Intelligence invites change leaders to diagnose and understand their change management style, learn about it's strings and blind spots, all on the path towards building change intelligence. The book is highly relevant and useful or any leader or manager trying to make effective change happen.
The one thing business leaders mess up most is the management of change. In Change Intelligence Barbara Trautlein rigs the game for you. This insightful, powerful book removes the mystique from effective change management, and provides an intuitive but highly effective toolkit for managing change in any situation. Unless you spend your days working on your own in an underground bunker, you need to buy this book.
Change is the work of leaders, and if you were going to do that work exceptionally in the best place to learn how is in Barbara Trautlein's new book, Change Intelligence. Change is hard work, but it will be a lot easier after you've read and apply the lessons in Change Intelligence.
Change Intelligence is more than just an entertaining read or abstract theory: Trautlein provides a clear roadmap for developing change leadership organization-wide using proven case studies on building bench strength from the executive suite to the shop floor and equipping change leaders.
Whether you are a CIO, IT project manager or technology professional on the front lines, you'll find Trautlein's Change Intelligence provides a practical, insightful roadmap to help you effectively engage and equip your teams to navigate towards successful and sustainable transformation.
This is a book I wish I had written. Trautlein argues that leaders at all levels of an organization need to develop a strong Change Intelligence (CQ). Yes, yes, yes.
Having gone through a sizable merger and facing a system-wide change, the CQ process helps me as a CEO and my senior management team identify issues on how to lead our organization.