Captured Moments

Each person learns differently, so I know poking around the old posts on this site might not be for you. Why not learn more about Driving Change via several videos captured over the past two years? My April K. Mills YouTube channel has links to many of the videos of my speeches from the past two […]

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Upcycling Your Change

I’m back to blogging! Hooray!  It’s been a long time since I’ve had a moment to sit down and share with you the thoughts bouncing around in my head.  I hope you’ve missed me.  I’ve missed you. Let’s start this new blogging momentum with a video: Upcycling Your Change. This is the presentation I gave

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Featured Case Study

Check out this featured case study at Kotter International’s website: Creating an Engine for Change. There’s even a video of Dennis Goin and I talking about driving change with a network in a command-and-control hierarchy. As my husband says, I am one of those weird people who loves her job.  I hope that shows in

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Kotter introduces Accelerate

I’m excited to share with you a recent video from John Kotter describing his Accelerate model and why it is desperately needed today. I’ve been privileged to lead a transformational change group leveraging this model for the past six years.  It works. It’s amazing.  I’m glad the world is finally getting a chance to see

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Learned Helplessness

A good friend told me a story about the fish who starves among a tank full of food and I had to search out the video to share it with you. Too often we believe that we can’t change our organizations, our communities, or our world because we’ve tried and tried and tried and tried

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Try Improv

The rules of improv are simple: 1. Always agree with and add to the last person’s statement.  “Yes, and…” 2. Always make the other people look good. If you’ve watched a comedy improv troupe in action, you know improv results are always unexpected and hilarious. If you apply those same improv rules to your team

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