Announcing a New Book from Michael Fullan!

Available now! Michael Fullan’s new book Freedom to Change offers recommendations for both individuals and organizations seeking to enhance connectedness and independence.

Click the links below to get an exclusive look at the infographics from each chapter:

‘Freedom From’ or ‘Freedom To’?

A Guide to Change: Simplexity

Connected Autonomy


A Cultured Approach to Accountability

Diffusion Rather Than Scaling

Fast Track Your Future

MICHAEL FULLAN is professor emeritus at the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education at the University of Toronto. Recognized as an international authority on organizational change, he is engaged in training, consulting, and evaluating change projects around the world. Fullan has won numerous awards for his more than 30 books, and is the author of the bestsellers Leading in a Culture of ChangeThe Six Secrets of Change, and The Principal: Three Keys to Maximizing Impact. To learn more, visit his website at


9781119024361_front.pdfABOUT THE BOOK: In Freedom to Change, bestselling author Michael Fullan uses his engaging, irreverent style to explore the two kinds of freedom in our daily lives: freedom from obstacles versus freedom to take initiative and act. Gaining freedom from barriers has no value in itself until it is partnered with an equally determined sense of what you truly want. What change would you like to bring about for yourself or those around you?

Given that human nature and productivity are fundamentally social, Fullan prescribes four dynamically interrelated actions we can take:

1. Consciously seeking a balance between our own autonomy and cooperation with others

2. Improving the feedback exchange—giving more valuable responses, as well as eliciting, hearing, and accepting feedback more effectively

3. Building accountability to others into the fabric of our working lives

4. Finding ways to influence others with the changes we’ve made and want to spread

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