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Leading through change means driving the vision of transformation through the organization.
Effective leaders do not work in isolation. Breaking down the building blocks of leading through reform, Linda Gibbs, Deputy Mayor for Health and Human Services, City of New York, cites the importance of an open approach that allows for people’s voices to be heard—even the naysayers. She explores why this is a critical foundation for turning leadership’s vision of reform into real practice, reminding us that by convening “in the big tent” people may discover more about their similarities than their differences and move more easily past them through program implementation.
Originally presented at The 2013 Human Services Summit: Leadership in an Era of Disruption
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October 31, 2013
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