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Daryl Conner, Chairman of Conner Partners
I make time to read Leadership and Change magazine because it successfully explores issues that are of real significance – while other publications about organizational change only examine individual change responses at a superficial level. The contributors write with courage, authenticity, and a genuine desire to share – qualities that you can sense have guided the creation of this excellent publication.
Michael McDougall, PhD sport psychology researcher and team manager
Leadership and Change Magazine is a unique and thought-provoking publication. I especially enjoy the authenticity of the contributors and the tools they share. It has given me fresh, new insights for increasing motivation and productivity.
Danna Beal, M.Ed., international speaker and author
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Mab-Az, company president
What struck me is the adventurous, enthusiastic presentation of what is different, what is true – even if this flies in the face of traditional ways of doing business. I enjoy the wide diversity of authors and thought-leaders, who share best practices. Unlike the more established, academic leadership magazines, L&C is current: tomorrows’ subjects are dealt with today. It deserves attention.
Graham Williams, management consultant, business narrative practitioner and author
Bremer offers brief, user-friendly synopses of big ideas that are both insightful and practical in business settings. Each piece provides key insights into more ethical and humane modes of leadership that promote organizational health and effectiveness. I particularly enjoy the journaling questions. They elicit deep reflection and bring the concepts home. Grounded in scholarly research and presented in a style that is readable, clear, and engaging, this is a must for management scholar-practitioners.
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I live for practical and pragmatic. So does the author of Positive Leadership & Change. The articles and perspectives are both highly relevant and immediately applicable in a broad variety of situations. The nice thing is those perspectives are broken up into digestible, understandable chunks that make for easy yet effective reading.
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Andrea Simon PhD, founder of Simon Associates Management Consultants
Creatively written, her content varies but is a seamless journey of highlighting positive organization development and change thinking. Bremer writes as if she is speaking to you directly (Personal), discussing issues and leadership that you can use today (Pragmatic), and highlighting the great work that others are doing in the world (Positive).
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