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  1. The Importance of Support, Buy-In and Engagement

    Almost all successful change depends on support, buy-in and engagement. Here I explain what they are and why they are so important.
    email: Seth@VisionaryLeadership.com
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  2. Strategy is a Social Phenomenon

    It's not enough to have a great strategy. You have to have great execution, too. And the secret to dynamite execution is turning your strategy into a social movement. Here I explain what that means and a little about how to do it.
    Email: Seth@VisionaryLeadership.com
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  3. 5 Gems from Detractors

    I have found that by listening to detractors I can learn a great deal about how to succeed in a change initiative. Not only that but listening usually diffuses 90% of the resisters I engage with. Here are the five gems I get from those who resist change.
    email: Seth@VisionaryLeadership.com
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  4. Energizing, Activating and Equipping Your Most Valuable Players

    Your Most Valuable Players are the people who will help you most with your change initiative. Here I talk about who you can energize, activate and equip them to be their best on your behalf.
    email: Seth@VisionaryLeadership.com
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  5. Diffusing Resistance to Change

    In my experience over 90% of the resistance to change can be diffused by listening to the resisters and framing the change in ways that they can understand and support.
    email: Seth@VisionaryLeadership.com
    web: VisionaryLeadership.com

  6. Kate Hurley and the Million Cat Challenge

    I attended the Skid Row School for Large Scale Change, to learn how to catalyze large social movements. There I met Kate Hurley, the vet who created the Million Cat Challenge. In this video Kate explains how it works and shares her success, which is truly a remarkable breakthrough. To learn more, visit, millioncatchallenge.org/

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