Choosing Change

About Choosing Change

We fundamentally believe that change—real change—within ourselves and in organizations is achievable. However, we’ve seen time and again most people and organizations fall short of realizing this potential. In our book, Choosing Change, we explain how you can embrace and inspire positive change for yourself and for your organization.

In our book, released in November 2013, we share insights from conversations with over 60 executives from the fields of psychology, neuroscience, sports and executive development, we share a model for sustainable change management—a model that sees change as part of daily life and thus, daily practice. A key part of the model is applying a different mindset towards change. More importantly, you’ll learn how to use the model in your everyday life—at home and in the workplace.

In Choosing Change, you’ll also learn how managing change from the supply chain to the C-suite to the customer and to every member of the workforce is crucial in the global business environment. By Choosing Change, you’ll learn how to:

  • lead change in yourself
  • identify your change management blind spots
  • increase your personal chances of change success
  • create a working environment that is conducive to thinking
  • build organizations that can adapt to any market
  • improve your organization’s success during times of change
  • build new training and development programs

Rather than be at the mercy of ‘the way things are,’ we all have the capacity to intervene in our daily routines and select an alternative approach. We invite you to choose change because by doing so you’ll dramatically improve your chances of success at both the personal and professional level.

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Susan Goldsworthy

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

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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About Choosing Change May 8, 2013