Conventional change management approaches have done little to change the fact that most change programs fail. The odds can be greatly improved by a number of counterintuitive insights that take into account the irrational but predictable nature of how employees interpret their environment and choose to act.
Dr Tayyab Rashid is a Clinical Psychologist from Toronto Canada, and has considerable experience and expertise dealing with traumatic events and enhancing resilience. He has worked with families of 9/11, survivors of the 204 Asia Tsunami and is the author of 'Positive Psychology'.
While good health may or may not a good leader make (or break), it does contribute to good brain function, sustained energy output, and being physically resilient. These are important attributes for leaders, but the behaviours that contribute to these qualities are often sorely neglected