Maureen Ennis

Maureen Ennis

Maureen Ennis is a dynamic change leader with significant accomplishments in business transformation. She leverages a unique blend of competencies spanning strategic planning, human resources, technology and leadership. Maureen has over 25 years of corporate experience at Honeywell, Prudential and other Fortune 100 companies leading transformation herself and now serves as a trusted advisor to leaders driving real change.

Don't Let Tomorrow Get Away From You....

By Maureen Ennis on Oct 8, 2011 8:57:00 AM in change, Leadership, Vision, business leader, transformation, Productivity, performance improvement, employee engagement

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Usually when I am working with leaders - the tomorrow we are working on is long term.  "How can we transform this organization over the next 2 years?"  "How do we create a high performing team?"  "How can...

Change Readiness: Not a Choice Anymore

By Maureen Ennis on Oct 1, 2010 7:16:00 AM in agility

I was working with one of my customers this week, and he made an observation about the change readiness of his group. It triggered me to reflect - It has been years since I used a change readiness assessment!  There was a time when it was one of my...

Building an Atmosphere of Trust

By Maureen Ennis on Jul 21, 2010 8:15:00 AM

Like many of the best things in life, trust really is free. Doing without it, however, will cost you dearly, especially in business. What’s at stake is productivity, innovation, and ultimately, profits.

Four Ps of Leading Change

By Maureen Ennis on Jul 14, 2010 8:34:00 PM in change, plan, communications, transition, purpose, picture, part, Four Ps

Working in a knowledge economy, it's all about the people — work gets done through people. Therefore, successful leaders must have effective practices and methods for helping people adapt to new ways of work.  One fundamental in this domain of...

Are YOU a Learning Organization?

By Maureen Ennis on Jul 14, 2010 4:03:00 PM in HR, Leadership, agility, business leader, learning, process improvement

One of my favorite things to do when waiting for a customer in their office is browse their book shelves.  It gives me a great sense for the models and theories that they already have in their head, which gives us a good foundation for shared...