Rick Maurer

Focus on the things that could go wrong to keep them from going wrong

Do you brainstorm what could go wrong? Rick Maurer joins Jim Blasingame to explain that if you think about the things that could go wrong before they do, you will be prepared to handle the problems right away or even prevent them altogether.

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Rick Maurer joins Jim Blasingame to reveal that any sustained, successful organizational change must include the engagement by your stakeholders, because they will be the ones who will carry out the transition.
Rick Maurer joins Jim Blasingame to reveal the essentialness of getting the attention of stakeholders before you try to implement your plan, so they understand the context of your idea.
Rick Maurer joins Jim Blasingame to reveal some of the factors that create energy and urgency for any new proposed change, including the need to make a compelling case.
Rick Maurer joins Jim Blasingame to reveal that being consistent, clear and inclusive in planning are key elements of installing energy in your team to insure long-term performance.
Rick Maurer joins Jim Blasingame to reveal that employees aren’t just working for a paycheck, they want to be successful as professionals in your organization and recognizing and cultivating that contributes to the intangible of team energy.