Daryl and Ed’s Conversation with InterAction on Managing Overload
We are constantly learning as we work with our clients. Our 40+ years of experience in the execution of large-scale change with organizations across multiple sectors around the globe have allowed us to capture deep insights into the specific challenges leaders face in disruptive environments.
Since its creation in 2014, Conner Advisory has focused intensively on helping clients in the civil society sector, primarily INGOs. Our latest research combines insights from our prior work in the public and private sectors with these experiences supporting leaders who are pursuing changes that matter.
- Managing Overload – Balancing Adaptation Capacity with Demand – Download
- Managing Overload Action Sheet – Download
- Leading Successful Change Amidst a Disruptive INGO Environment – Download
- Organizational Culture and Its Impact on Change in the Civil Society Sector – Download
- Cultural Implications of INGO Mergers and Acquisitions – Download
- Senior Team Synergy: Forging Strong Leadership Teams to Execute Urgent Strategic Priorities – Download
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In the News
30 minutes with Lutheran World Relief’s Daniel Speckhard
Daniel Speckhard, CEO of Lutheran World Relief, joined Daryl for a candid conversation about the challenges his team faced when merging LWR and IMA World Health. Listen to this recording to hear what surprised him, the biggest challenges they faced and tips for organizations considering it.
- ForbesBooks Interview with Daryl Conner and Ed Boswell
- Change and Innovation Summit podcast with Daryl Conner
- International Civil Society Centre blog from Ed Boswell
- Live Chat with Ed Boswell and the International Civil Society Centre