Mark Rogers

Managing Partner

http://www.insightswb.com

— Idea Ambassador. Mindshifter. Truthteller.

turning fatigue: disruption and change into opportunity . . .

Author of Transforming Organizational Change: Change or Be ChangedDisrupt or Be Disrupted

Mark is a "hybrid" who thinks big, works hard and is a results-oriented leader, speaker, including a roll-up-your-sleeves coach, writer, and practitioner with a passion for the human side of change.

Mark demystifies change, reboots the mind, and activates talent for some of the best brands in the world. He helps organizations leverage their people (sensemaking, mindshare, and mindscapes) to adapt and succeed in these challenging times.

By helping you break free of Chained in the Cave ThinkingSee and Lead in the Dark. Get Out of the Cave. Develop transcendent thinking and innovation for Transforming Your Stories from merely impressive to World-Changing. Craft New Realities that navigate around Trust Your Neighbors but Brand Your StockTrading labor for money. Buying talent instead of developing it.

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What’s Our Manifesto for COVID-19?

by Mark Rogers
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pain point or inflection point —part 9: the fisherman

by Mark Rogers
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pain point or inflection point —part 7: radical human-centricity

by Mark Rogers
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pain point or inflection point —part 8: the human side

by Mark Rogers
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pain point or inflection point —part 5: “why” and teachable moments

by Mark Rogers
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pain point or inflection point —part 6: an inside job

by Mark Rogers
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pain point or inflection point —part 4: tribalism and cult of personality

by Mark Rogers
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pain point or inflection point —part 3: blindspots and illusions

by Mark Rogers
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pain point or inflection point —part 2: facing the shadows

by Mark Rogers
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pain point or inflection point —a change that sticks!

by Mark Rogers
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the rise and fall of silos —part 5: bureaucracy

by Mark Rogers
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the rise and fall of silos —part 4: contextual intelligence

by Mark Rogers
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what is it about change that scares us so?

by Mark Rogers
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the rise and fall of silos —part 3: biases

by Mark Rogers
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the rise and fall of silos—part 2: obscured realities

by Mark Rogers
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the rise and fall of silos —part 1: food growing dilemma

by Mark Rogers
cattle brading
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it’s way more than about just wearing a mask

by Mark Rogers
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what does road rage have to do with performance management in covid-19?

by Mark Rogers
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rest in peace or layoffs in covid-19

by Mark Rogers
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covid-19: surviving generativity vs. stagnation

by Mark Rogers
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Change Management Post- COIVD-19

by Mark Rogers

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