We are excited to announce that registration is now open for our webinar: Leading Rapid Change. Hosted by Kotter President, Russell Raath, in partnership with our friends at Learnit, this webinar will dive into how leaders can address the extreme conditions of change that we're all facing today. 

You'll leave the webinar with a deeper understanding of the needs of your team during times of rapid change, what this means for organizations, and the power move that organizations can harness to better lead rapid change in such extreme conditions. We hope to see you on October 13!


By Daniel Dworkin and Nick Petschek

At Kotter, we help people accelerate needed, often complex and difficult, strategic changes in their organizations. We have a large box of tools at our disposal, one of which is coaching—the process of helping people to maximize their potential. In the past six months, Kotter's Daniel Dworkin and Nick Petschek have noticed that coaching in this age of COVID brings new and important challenges—and opportunities.

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By Daniel Dworkin

What do great teams do exceptionally well? Kotter’s Thriving Teams approach captures the six attributes that successful teams demonstrate: three oriented around how work gets done and three around the ways in which team members relate to one another. You can read about all six on our blog.

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By Nick Petschek

Kotter's COVID-19 survey results showed that there is a disconnect between senior leaders and employees, and it is being exacerbated by the pandemic. How can leaders close this gap, build confidence in their teams, and lead through this pandemic? Kotter's Nick Petschek shares some ideas with Human Resource Executive.

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Interview with Vanessa Akhtar

During the pandemic, many manufacturers have ramped up automation technology, but there is more to the manufacturing revamp than meets the eye. Kotter's Vanessa Akhtar spoke with DesignNews about how manufacturers can prepare their teams for change.

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"...we never cease to be amazed at how many iceberg problems exist in our rapidly changing world. We never cease to be amazed at how difficult those problems can be to see and solve. But most of all, we never cease to be amazed at the creative ways people invent to jump ahead and develop better futures for very small groups, for very large organizations, and for themselves personally."

- Dr. John Kotter, Our Iceberg Is Melting 


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