Grasp the Situation

Lessons Learned in Change Leadership

by Scott Janoch BSC, Glenn H. Varney PhD & James M. McFillen DBA


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Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 7/23/2015

Recognition Programs


Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 5.5x8.5
Page Count : 202
ISBN : 9781491767214
Format : Hardcover
Dimensions : 5.5x8.5
Page Count : 202
ISBN : 9781491767207
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 202
ISBN : 9781491767221

About the Book

You'd think that leaders and managers would seek to understand what's broken before trying to fix anything, but many changes are implemented without all the facts.

The results are disastrous: profits fall, expenses go up, and morale gets destroyed. In almost every instance, failure can be traced back to leaders who champion solutions without fully studying the problems at hand.

In this guidebook to change leadership, you'll discover how to develop effective solutions by learning from the successes and failures of others. The authors present real-life scenarios so you can get better at diagnosing the problems plaguing your organization. Learn how to

• identify the subtle symptoms that sicken your organization;

• avoid placing your trust in the wrong people;

• design training programs to fix problem behaviors; and

• get leaders to lead and motivate the troops to change.

Without a rigorous diagnostic process, consultants and organizational leaders will continue to choose the wrong solutions to problems. Take the time you need to implement effective change by learning the lessons in Grasp the Situation.


About the Author

Glenn H. Varney, PhD, has spent more than twenty years in human resources and twenty-five years in academia. He is a recognized teacher, practitioner, and consultant and has written extensively about leadership and organizational change.

Scott Janoch, BSC, has spent more than thirty-five years as a human-resources executive and consultant in a number of industries. He has developed the ability to modify working relationships to promote successful organizational change.

James M. McFillen, DBA, has more than thirty-five years of experience as a scholar, teacher, and consultant in the fields of leadership, motivation, human behavior, and the application of the scientific process to organizational change.