Leadership

How to Manage Beginnings as a Leader

Leadership - How to Manage Beginnings as a Leader

When starting any new program, there’s a sense of uncertainty that comes with any disruption. Introducing something new to an existing, well-oiled workflow could throw a wrench into your people, process, policy or pocketbook components. What should a leader do to manage a new beginning as systems and relationships break down? How can a leader encourage a change?

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Susan Cramm

Susan Cramm, President Valuedance and Former CIO, Taco Bell Corporation

Susan Cramm is an executive coach and president of Valuedance®, an executive coaching and leadership development firm. She is a recognized expert in her field due to her passions and gifts for developing others, as well as her keen, practi... More   View all posts
James H. Sills

James H. Sills, Cabinet Secretary and Chief Information Officer, State of Delaware

James H. Sills, III has over 28 years of Banking and Technology Management experience. Mr. Sills received a BA from Morehouse College in Atlanta, GA and MPA from the University of Pittsburgh and is also a graduate of the University Of Wisc... More   View all posts
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