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Rick Maurer Company Profile

Change Without Migraines About Us Rick Maurer and his associates work with leaders who want to lead Change without Migraines™. We provide the expertise to help you identify even deeply hidden resistance and turn that opposition into support. Using the Change without Migraines™ approach, clients often find that even the most difficult strategic and tactical changes go more smoothly, and achieve their indented results. Our approach to leading change is unique. Knowing how to work with resistance is key to turning skepticism and opposition into support for major new initiatives. If leaders understand resistance they can often avoid it before it occurs – or get things back on track when a change is about to derail. We work closely with clients to develop change strategies that will work in their unique organizations. We have worked with Lockheed Martin, Sandia Labs, Deloitte & Touche, National GeoSpatial Intelligence Agency, Rohm & Haas (Dow Chemical), Verizon, Syngenta, Charles Schwab, National Education Association, The Washington Post, NASA, Tulane University Hospital, Kaiser Permanente and many government agencies in the US, Canada, the United Kingdom, Europe, and Russia.

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Leading Change Expert Rick Maurer Shows Why Organizations Get Stuck in the Status Quo – and How to Get Out of It

ARLINGTON, Va., Sept.10, 2013 /PRNewswire/ — Too many organizations have fallen by the wayside simply because they didn't see the need to make a dramatic change.
Rick Maurer, author of Beyond the Wall of Resistance, and advisor to leaders on ways to build support for change, identified tw…

Expert on Leading Change Shows How to Manage Over-Worked and Under-Performing Teams

ARLINGTON, Va., July 17, 2013 /PRNewswire/ – Organizations rely on teams to get things done. But, given the slow start to this economy (and fear that the worst isn't over), companies expect more work from their existing teams. And since many organizations have cut way back on travel, teams…