On December 8th, Dr. Erin Hilgart will lead an interactive webinar session, “Rethinking Organizational Change Management in 2020” hosted by Teachers College, Columbia University. Hilgart’s research is focused on ‘HOW’ change happens; specifically, how professionals successfully upskill and shift for changing expectations. This topic quickly became ever-so-central in 2020, as
Dr. Erin Hilgart discusses how your pandemic experience can give insight into your leadership through reflection and understanding of your purpose, to inspire future action.
In 2020, how we engage and develop employees is changing fast. For the past six months, fueled by the pandemic, many employees have transitioned to working online and using advanced technology in scenarios from strategy sessions to team engagement meetings to leadership programs. The pace of change often consumes us
Organizational leaders are more aware than ever of the importance of an engaged, strategically-aligned workforce and the importance of employee engagement in achieving an organization’s goals. But what happens when one of those same leaders – one who invests wholeheartedly in employee engagement initiatives – holds a strategy presentation for
Coaching is all the rage these days. In our work as consultants and as executive coaches, we see the value that organizations can derive from coaching. And in our personal lives, friends and acquaintances share their own success stories of experiencing the benefits of coaching themselves. Alongside coaching, organizational “culture
From culture change to organizational re-structuring, if the change program you are leading is like most change agendas, there will be PowerPoint documents involved. It goes without saying that a well-structured strategy document is foundational to achieving the change your organization is working to achieve. At Hilgart, we also create