the ceo magazine, leadership,
Janet Smith Meeks, Author, Gracious Leadership: Lead Like You’ve Never Led Before

Rarely does a day go by that we aren’t bombarded with media accounts of high profile, toxic leaders.  From bully behaviors including sexual harassment offenses that have harmed countless individuals all the way to the demise of once “high flying” corporations, the ripple effect of bad bosses seems to be at an all-time high. 

the ceo magazine, sales team,
Michelle Seger, Global Sales Strategy & Change Management Leader, SalesGlobe

It can start with a whisper: We’re merging… our sales comp is down the drain.

When dramatic change occurs within a company, like a merger or acquisition, a vacuum of communication from leadership will be filled with rumor. One of the most common: an acquisition depletes an organization’s resources so much that staff cuts will be necessary. In reality, human capital is essential to organizational success, and a significant asset in a merger or company purchase. So, when should employees start hearing about organizational change?

the ceo magazine, acquisition,
Ludovic Gaudé, CEO, intive

Oh acquisitions. ‘Tis the time for new partnerships, company growth - and yes, employee stress and uncertainty. Acquisitions often ignite organizational restructuring and the implementation of unfamiliar processes. And in many cases, it’s not uncommon for staff on both sides of the table to feel as if their workplaces have spiraled out control - like a typhoon has just landed, if you will.

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