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Changes for Effectiveness

  Judith M. Bardwick, Ph.D. The new mantra is Better! Faster! Cheaper! Entitlement cultures are not good innovators, are slow to react, and are very

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Expectations Based on Hope

Judith M. Bardwick, Ph.D. Some expectations were like untethered helium balloons; they were never grounded. Unlike those that are born out of our actual experiences,

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Change Exhaustion

Judith M. Bardwick, Ph.D.The sources of stress that has already been identified are familiar, powerful and obvious. Another equally powerful source of stress that is less obvious though it’s familiar to many is the sense of exhaustion that a

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High Stress Became Normal

Judith M. Bardwick, Ph.D.Conditions of peacetime—of little and moderate change, relatively low risk and low volatility, reasonable security, dependability and predictability, and promotions and raises tied to seniority are being replaced by swift and major change, high risk and volatility, insecurity and unpredictability. In other words, peacetime conditions are being replaced by those of wartime.

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ACT and Take Control

Dr. Judith M. Bardwick, Ph.D. For some people the bad news keeps raining down. Other people are full of energy and hope. For them it’s

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Mutual Trust and Communication

  Judith M. Bardwick, Ph.D. Without mutual trust very little can be accomplished. Gaining trust necessarily involves real communication, a process in which everyone involved

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A Focus on Me

Judith M. Bardwick, Ph.D. The funny thing is the GenX and Boomer parents are making childrearing more stressful than it needs to be or ever

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