S2 E16 What the Future Holds
We're back for our third episode with Michael Schiel to talk about transformation leadership in the public and community sectors. We talk about the persistent changes we are seeing in organizations and how external changes impacting how and where we work are making change more difficult in organizations that are used to conducting all of their interactions in person. We talk about the importance of trust, and how leaders need to build their communications toolkit to include more diverse and varied communications tools and styles. Lastly, we talk about how belonging drives trust and the importance of teams building intentional interactions to cultivate these important factors for success in these environments. Michael talks about what is to come, and how the current environment of cost constraints will impact public sector organizations over the next 5 - 10 years. If you're a member of a community or public sector organization facing change, don't miss this conversation. This wraps up Season 2 of Change: The Conversation! be sure to check out both of our websites for current materials, resources and courses that can help you become a stronger change leader:
More about Michael
Michael started Invictus because of his passion for improving the communities where we live and work. He holds a deep interest in learning and applying lessons from Neuroscience, Positive Psychology, High Performance research, and Sports Psychology to help figure out the most effective ways to overcome life's myriad challenges and live a thriving, fulfilling life.
Michael is certified and trained in High Performance Coaching, Applied Neuroscience of High Performance, Organizational Design, Behavioral Change Management, Lean Six Sigma, and Project Management. He brings all of those skills, approaches and frameworks together to help community organizations to find a compelling vision, address the challenges that keep them from getting there, and then creating transformation roadmaps to achieve their goals.
Based on 22+ years of experience and Neuroscience, High Performance, and Organizational Design research, he has created a High Performing Community Organization framework, a High Performing Community Team framework, and a framework to help senior management lead high performing community teams. He also coaches senior teams on how to most effectively plan and manage their transformations.
Michael helps individuals find their path to planning out and implementing their own high performance life by using neuroscience and high performance approaches, frameworks and tools to help them develop their vision of their ideal life, assess their challenges, create their mindset, find their motivation and implement the high performance habits and actions to achieve their goal.
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