10 Step Process for Instituting Lasting Change

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The following is a short book preview contributed by the Ohio State University Leadership Center.

The Trust Edge: How Top Leaders Gain Faster Results, Deeper Relationships, and a Stronger Bottom Line
David Horsager, Minneapolis: Summerside Press (2010)

  1. Build trust
  2. Create a unified spearhead team
  3. Establish a pressing need for the change to be implemented
  4. Formulate a clear unifying vision
  5. Build and implement a specific strategy
  6. Share the vision often
  7. Enable and equip all shareholders to implement change effort as top priority
  8. Create and recognize improvement, big and small.
  9. Deepen change, making sure all systems, policies, and training promote the change
  10. Keep and create systems that foster open communication, listening, reviewing, and adjusting (Horsager, 2010 p.267)

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