Yes, we have a sense of humor! But we take joy at work seriously because we know firsthand that it gets better results. Beyond our own work, we've learned this over and over again from CEOs, business leaders and change experts across industry and geographies. We invite you to attend our next Joy Research Report webinar to explore the research for yourself!
Based on firsthand experience, the idea that 70% of change initiatives fail just didn't sound right to us! So we looked into it. In this article we trace the origin of the idea and ultimately debunk the myth once and for all. We see this as a victory for both change leaders and change professionals!See Article
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Hello, Awesome Leader is your quarterly resource for leader joy. Because as a leader, it's not easy to always be at your best all the time. But remember people count on you. You're important. What you do, what you think and how you take care of yourself matters - to a lot of people. We believe in you. Go be awesome!