Change Model – The Cultural Web (Part 1)

How do you start instituting change within your organization? A simple model and tool that you can use is called the Cultural Web. Gerry Johnson and Kevan Scholes created this change tool in 1992. The model looks like this: Picture taken from “What is the Cultural Web?” Innovation for Growth blog In the front and…

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What is Employee Engagement?

You can’t buy a bucket of engagement, but you know it when you see it. Here’s a great example. There’s a brand new tea shop that opened up a mile away from my house. But when we walked in for the first time, my friend and I, there was this immense wall of different types…

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What makes a successful organization?

What makes up a successful organization? When you think of a successful organization, what are the words that come to mind? Good strategy? Top notch performance? Creative marketing? Happy customers? Innovative products and services? All of these things – strategy, performance, marketing, customer service, innovation – are just the tip of the organizational iceberg. These…

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Insights from the 2015 Mentor Capital Network Annual Gathering

Neal Henderson, Founder and Principal of FrontRow Performance Coaching, was honored to present a workshop session on “Creating a Vibrant, Engaged Workplace Culture” at the Mentor Capital Network (MCN) 2015 Annual Gathering, held July 9-10, 2015 at the United Nations in New York City. Convened in partnership with the UN Office for Partnerships, the MCN…

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2015 Nonprofit Capacity Conference in Review

The Front Row Performance Coaching (FRPC) team was privileged to participate in this year’s Nonprofit Capacity Conference. It was as perfect as an event can unfold, which was due to the hard work and tireless efforts of Rachael Gains and Dr. Liz Scott. The conference, which is the brainchild of Dr. Scott, celebrated its 3rd…

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Neal Henderson to Speak at the 2015 Nonprofit Capacity Conference

Neal Henderson, Founder of Front Row Performance Coaching LLC, will present at the 2015 Nonprofit Capacity Conference in Crystal City on April 2. The conference will leverage the diverse insights that only cross-sector collaboration can offer through informative workshops, best practices panel discussions, plenary sessions, networking opportunities, and an exhibitor showcase. Neal will be presenting…

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Veteran’s Day, Focus on the Living

There are few people alive today who can recall a year without Veteran’s Day; even fewer of them can say they were alive during The Great War. It stands to reason, therefore, that our collective memory of the reasons for Veteran’s Day is dwindling. So, to give some context to this post, here’s the $10…

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