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Special Edition 63 – An Interview with Victoria Grady, author of The Pivot Point explores the psychology behind employees resistance to change and the actions leaders can take to more effectively move their organization to a state of high, post-change productivity. During our discussion, Victoria Grady, author of The Pivot Point: Success in Organizational Change, shares with us her insights and experiences regarding:
- the underlying psychology driving employees resistance to change
- observable differences in employee behaviors as driven by changing circumstances and the resulting organizational impacts
- quantitative measurement of employees response to change and how this information can inform management’s change management efforts
- actions leaders should take to better prepare their organization to overcome the resistance to change
In addition to the outstanding insights Victoria shares in The Pivot Point and this special edition podcast are the resources accessible from her website, www.PivotPnt.com. Victoria’s book, The Pivot Point, can be purchased by clicking here.
Victoria was recently featured by We Mean Business in an interviewed entitled Understanding Resistance. Click here to access this video.
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About the Author
Victoria Grady, author of The Pivot Point, is an Assistant Professorial Lecturer in the Department of Organizational Science within the Columbian School of Arts and Sciences at The George Washington University. Her consulting practice includes federal government institutions, nonprofit organizations, and private sector companies. To read Victoria’s complete biography, click here.