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10 Insights to Initiate Change in Work and Life | Patti Johnson, CEO of PeopleResults

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Patti Johnson is a career and workplace expert and the CEO of PeopleResults, a change and human resources consulting firm she founded in 2004. She and her team advise clients such as PepsiCo, Microsoft, 7-Eleven, Accenture, Frito-Lay and many others on creating positive change in their leaders and organizations.

Previously, Johnson was a Senior Executive at Accenture. She has been featured as an expert in The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, MONEY Magazine, U.S. News and World Report, NBC.com, HR Executive magazine, Working Mother, and SHRM. She was selected as an ongoing expert for SUCCESS Magazine. She is an instructor for SMU Executive Education and frequent speaker on "Leading Change".

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  • 1. Powered by insights from Patti Johnson
  • 2. This presentation consists of highlights from the interview with Moe Abdou, founder & host of 33voices®.
  • 3. Patti Johnson Patti Johnson is a career and workplace expert and the CEO of PeopleResults, a change and human resources consulting firm she founded in 2004. She and her team advise clients such as PepsiCo, Microsoft, 7-Eleven, Accenture, Frito-Lay and many others on creating positive change in their leaders and organizations. Previously, Johnson was a Senior Executive at Accenture. She has been featured as an expert in The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, MONEY Magazine, U.S. News and World Report, NBC.com, HR Executive magazine, Working Moth- er, and SHRM. She was selected as an ongoing expert for SUCCESS Magazine. She is an instructor for SMU Executive Education and frequent speak- er on “Leading Change”. @PattiBJohnson
  • 4. 1 Build a workplace with little hierarchy and structure and you’ll see the collaboration and creativity of your team soar.
  • 5. 2 Those having a positive impact on the world think in four disciplines:
  • 6. 2 Those having a positive impact on the world think in four disciplines: It’s not about me, it’s about everybody
  • 7. 2 Those having a positive impact on the world think in four disciplines: They persist in always adapting to new information
  • 8. 2 Those having a positive impact on the world think in four disciplines: They never stop learning
  • 9. 2 Those having a positive impact on the world think in four disciplines: They always engage in positive collaboration
  • 10. 3 If you think like you’ve always thought, you’ll do what you’ve always done. Try asking these questions instead:
  • 11. 3 If you think like you’ve always thought, you’ll do what you’ve always done. Try asking these questions instead: What can I do?
  • 12. 3 If you think like you’ve always thought, you’ll do what you’ve always done. Try asking these questions instead: How can I help?
  • 13. 3 If you think like you’ve always thought, you’ll do what you’ve always done. Try asking these questions instead: What if?
  • 14. 4 When you remember that change moves through people, you’ll make it a priority to personalize your next change initiative.
  • 15. 4 When you remember that change moves through people, you’ll make it a priority to personalize your next change initiative.
  • 16. 5 Like elite athletes,wave and change makers think in smaller chunks. to them, measuring progress is the quickest route to success.
  • 17. 6 The moment you personalize your setbacks, the more paralyzed you’ll become. Do. Learn. Refine.
  • 18. 7 You’re more likely to get stuck because of the chatter in your head than with the results of your work. let it go.
  • 19. 8 Your level of confidence is in direct correlation to your level of belief. don’t let the fear of others deter your journey.
  • 20. 9 Change is hardly sequential. expect more of a zig-zag approach.
  • 21. 10 Want to know why you’re scared? Fill in the blank: I am not ________ enough.
  • 22. What’s the one thing that you’ve always wanted to do that you haven’t done? REALLY REFLECT...
  • 23. Connect WITH US! Tell us what you think Chase@33voices.com

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