Roy C. Jones

Leading Change with Nancy Murphy

Change. Whether you like it or not, it’s the topic of the day. 2020 punched all of us in the face with COVID-19, economic turmoil, and racial unrest across the country. And that’s just the change that many of us didn’t initiate. Countless other change initiatives were launched and undertaken for one reason or another by organizations of all shapes and sizes. But at the end of the day, one thing is crystal clear. Change is now a constant in all of our lives. 

So how do we lead well through constant change?

What is the difference between managing change and leading through change? 

How can we as leaders use the process of change to bring about positive impact in our organizations and in the lives of those we lead? 

What’s the right perspective that a leader needs to bring to a change initiative to help our people thrive in the midst of change? 

How do we as leaders identify the cultural and institutional roadblocks to change, and what can we do about them? 

These are the kinds of questions that we grapple with in this great conversation with Nancy Murphy, Founder and President of CSR Communications

This is a great discussion for leaders who are struggling to navigate change with their teams, and even for those leaders who are doing well, but simply want to make sure they’re focusing their change efforts for maximum impact. 



Special thanks to our friends at 7-Figure Fundraising for sponsoring today’s episode! At 7-Figure Fundraising they teach fundraisers and nonprofit leaders how to craft and deliver fundraising pitches that consistently deliver more 6 and 7-figure gifts. Right now, they are offering a 5% discount on their live online training that begins on February 16, 2021. You can register here, and use the code RAINMAKER at check-out to get the discount. 

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