Mitigating Fear, Navigating Change, and Achieving Success
Bruce Goeas, Founder and Principal of B. Goeas Enterprises and Author of Where Fear Fails joins Enterprise Radio. Bruce is a Change Consultant, Keynote Speaker, Presentations Coach, and trainer. Over the past 30 years he has provided consulting and training to help organizations mitigate fear, navigate change, and achieve success.
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Listen to host Eric Dye & guest Bruce Goeas discuss the following:
- Why do organizational change initiatives fail and why should business leaders care?
- What role does fear play in derailing organizational change initiatives?
- Can you give some examples of fear at the individual, team, and organizational levels?
- Tell us a little about what you can do to help organizations achieve success?
- What is the most important advice you can give a leader who uses fear as a leadership approach?
Bruce Goeas grew up as a ‘military brat’ and notes that when you move around every 18 months you become very comfortable with change and overcoming the fears inherent in new situations. He is the author of Where Fear Fails, dedicated to the mitigation of fear that impacts individual, team, and organizational success.
He began his leadership and organizational development work as an internal consultant in the aerospace industry. With over 30 years of experience in Change Management, Leadership Development, Organization Development, and Talent Management; Bruce has worked with clients from the Cayman Islands to the Hawaiian Islands and most places in between. His clients have included companies large and small in Aerospace, Healthcare, High Tech, Finance, Hospitality, and Pharmaceuticals.
For the past 30 years he has helped client organizations navigate change, focus on execution, and develop and retain the key talent required for their success.
BS in Business Administration, San Jose State University
MBA, University of South Dakota
MS in Organization Development, Chapman University
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