People at Work
People at Work
Apr 6, 2020
Dr. Grace Lee on how to design a culture to lead change
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Things in this world move so quickly nowadays. The people and companies that are going to survive are the ones that are able to change. That’s easy when you’re a really nimble 10-person team trying to find your footing, but as you grow your leaders have to actively design a culture that’s built to lead change. That’s not so easy… especially when things seem to be going well.

I had the opportunity to speak with Dr. Grace Lee about what’s required to create a culture of change. The first step is understanding that change is inevitable. Yup… that’s a cliche. But it’s a cliche for a reason because it’s 100% true.

Second, you need the courage to seek out the truth and admit that you may be wrong. If not, you end up just inviting lies and surrounding yourself with yes-people.

Third, understand what your desired end state is.

And finally, be able to communicate that desired end state to everyone and really steer the ship.

Easy enough, right? ;)

Give this one a listen and learn how you can better prepare yourself, and your organization, for change.

About our Guest:

Dr. Grace Lee is founder of Mastery Insights, a global coaching and education company.  Grace is on a mission to redefine modern education, teaching men and women how to unlock true vocational confidence and master their professional destinies. When she's not on stage or at a microphone, you can find her in the Octagon hitting pads or her opponent as a Muay Thai warrior.

Connect with her on LinkedIn at, follow her on Twitter @DoctorGraceLee or Instagram @drgracelee. You can also find her on Facebook at or watch her on YouTube


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