Choosing Change

Choosing Change

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Sharing insights on how you can embrace and inspire positive change for yourself and for your organization.
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2014 SOUNDVIEW BEST BUSINESS BOOK AWARD WINNER

We are proud to announce that Choosing Change has won a SoundView Best Business Book Award of 2014.

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  • Business Book Award Winners

Business Book Award Winners

2014 AXIOM BUSINESS BOOK AWARD WINNERS

The Jenkins Group just announced the results of the seventh annual Axiom Business Book Awards, honouring the best business books published during the past year. We are proud to announce that Choosing Change has won an Axiom book award–specifically a Silver Medal in the category of Success/Motivation.

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    Michael Watkins

    international best-selling author of The First 90 Days, Co-founder of Genesis Advisers, Professor IMD Business School


    An outstanding contribution to the literature on leadership and change. In fact, their focus on both is unique. I recommend Choosing Change highly.
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    David Rock, Director

    NeuroLeadership Institute, author of Your Brain at Work


    McFarland and Goldsworthy change the game around change. Explaining not just why it is hard, but outlining a whole new approach to change, resting on both science and real cases.
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    Patrick Sweeney

    President of Caliper and co-author of The New York Times bestseller Succeed on Your Own Terms


    Change. Or be changed. This amazing book takes a deep dive into helping leaders create new possibilities – for themselves and for their entire organizations.
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    Jean-François Manzoni

    Professor of Human Resources and Organizational Development and Professor of Management Practice, INSEAD, author, Set-Up to Fail Syndrome


    There were good books about personal change and good books about organizational change. Choosing Change is a great book linking the two domains and giving you the tools you need to succeed on both fronts.
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    Daryl Conner

    Chairman Conner Partners, best-selling author and internationally-recognized leader of organizational change


    Each year, the field of change management is flooded with books. Many are worth the read and, if we are lucky, a few actually offer content worth serious consideration. I rarely see a manuscript that is pivotal in its nature, but Choosing Change is just such a seminal work.
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    Dr. Rafael Ramírez

    Fellow in Strategy & Director, Oxford Scenarios Programme, Saïd Business School, University of Oxford


    In this book an experienced consultant and a coach engage in what the late Donald Schön called ‘reflective practice’:They critically assess what they have learned through experience, contrast it with established and emerging scholarship, and share the lessons learnt with others. One hopes that their courage will spur other experienced readers to engage in such critical thinking themselves.
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    Richard Straub

    President, Peter Drucker Society Europe


    Choosing Change provides valuable insights and practical clues on how to move towards a new understanding of building change and learning as fundamental individual and organizational capabilities—where change is not just something that they do but something that they are.
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    Marshall Goldsmith

    2 million-selling author of The New York Times bestsellers, MOJO and What Got You Here Won’t Get You There


    The only way to succeed today is to change before you need to Goldsworthy & McFarland draw from over 60 of today’s most successful leaders to create an unprecedented roadmap on exactly how to change before it’s too late.
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    Daniel Denison

    Professor of Management & Organization, IMD Business School, Chairman, Denison Consulting LLC


    Choosing Change will help you find your choice point — and when you see and use it you will quickly be able to escape the habits of the past and build for the future.
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    Richard Olivier

    Artistic Director, Olivier Mythodrama, author Inspirational Leadership: Timeless Lessons for Leaders from Shakespeare’s Henry V


    The most essential talent for a successful leader will be their capacity for conscious evolution – knowing how to change both their organizations and themselves for the better. Susan and Walt use a fascinating multi-disciplinary approach with simple clear ideas and practical actionable advice as to how to develop this innate capacity.

Susan Goldsworthy

http://www.choosingchangebook.com


A former Olympian, Susan Goldsworthy is an international executive coach, author, and speaker. She is founder and CEO of Goldswolf & Associates, a company that specializes in leadership development, executive coaching, and change communications.

Walter McFarland

http://www.choosingchangebook.com


Walter McFarland is the 2013 Chair of the American Society of Training and Development’s (ASTD) Board of Directors and founder and president of Windmill Human Performance, LLC, a consultancy focused on the leadership of large-scale organizational change.

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