David Bohmiller, Founder @ Inevitabl

Hi, I'm David, change management consultant and leadership coach! Your support means the world to me, and I can't wait to share my insight, experience, and process with you!

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Hi Reader, In this week off, I've filled my continuous learning cup with LinkedIn Learning courses, TEDx videos, and flipping the physical pages of your good old-fashioned book. Yesterday afternoon, I watched Stephen Duneier's TEDx Talk, How to Achieve Your Most Ambitious Goals. A particular statement stood out. Even a marginal improvement in our process can have a huge impact on our end results. It reflects how I think of things, personally and professionally. From consulting in...

6 months ago • 1 min read
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Hi Reader, Drive alone does not equip you for sustained success. This was one of several quotes in Dr. Jannell MacAulay's TEDx Talks on high performance under stress and thriving in work and life. I was curious to learn her perspective on establishing work-life harmony and avoiding burnout, especially given her roles and experiences as: A USAF veteran, military leader, and combat pilot Leadership and Human Performance consultant High-performance mindset program creator Military spouse Mom of...

6 months ago • 2 min read
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Hi Reader, As the end of December nears, I've started my year-end reflections and 2024 planning. Clients are doing the same, with the goal of improving their organizations' relationship with change. Here are 5 areas they're focused on, and that may be of help to you, too: 1) Reflect on 2023 Beyond self-reflection, plan for group reflection on the successes and challenges your organization faced. What worked well, and what could be improved? Encourage your team to share their perspectives. It...

6 months ago • 2 min read
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Welcome to this rare, Saturday edition of the Inevitabl newsletter. It's brought to you, in part, because of a new role, responsibilities, and schedule to accompany my existing, professional adventures. Having been asked by a friend to become the 1st sales hire, as an Account Manager, this coming January for his new pursuit as a franchisee in the environmental commercial kitchen solutions industry, I was excited for the challenge. As unplanned change can strike in any business, I got the call...

7 months ago • 2 min read
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As we've sprinted passed Thanksgiving and approach the holiday season, even your typically well-engaged employees can face distractions. Rather than accept losses in productivity, anticipate missed targets, and endure a hobbled finish line approach, put to action the tips from the following resources to help maintain engagement and prime your workforce for the new year. 5 Tips for Increasing Employee Engagement During the Holiday Months Of the 5 tips in Stefan Lewinger's article, my favorite...

7 months ago • 2 min read

Hi Reader, No in-depth exploration of change management or leadership today. Instead, just sharing my gratitude for your following along in my adventures with my company, Inevitabl. Thanks for being part of the journey, and for helping me to do the things I love! Back to our regularly-scheduled programming next week! In health,Boh David Bohmiller, MBA, MS (he/him/his)Founder, CEO and Consulting ExecutiveInevitabl LLC

7 months ago • 1 min read
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To enjoy success in organizational change, you need leaders. Not just leaders who are skilled in change management, yet those of strength and experience in diverse areas. Where leadership is learned, organizations aiming to be innovative and sustainable must prioritize, and invest in, professional development. Whether you're in a position of authority, aiming to grow into one, or an individual contributor seeking improved engagement with stakeholders, here are 3 resources to bring value....

7 months ago • 2 min read
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It's been a fun week of change, as I've announced a couple of additions to my professional pursuits. Included are roles as: Co-Founder of Epicenter Training Member Board of Directors of For Those Who Would The 1st brings me back to my fitness industry roots, and with creative, experienced, and passionate Co-Founders as our nucleus. Our mission is to Empower Personal Trainers to Thrive Independently. The 2nd stems from my involvement in charitable giving and endurance events. Where my...

8 months ago • 1 min read
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A significant piece of what makes change successful in organizations exists in communication. Where innovative companies are involving employees throughout their hierarchies in visioning and strategic planning, meetings must take place. It's typical that brainstorming takes place, but what if there were a better way? Friend of Inevitabl, Erin Shrimpton, reflected on this recently, and is the source of this wonderful cartoon demonstrating the Brainstorm vs. the Brainshare. Click on the image...

8 months ago • 1 min read
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As a continuous learner, and given my fondness for LinkedIn, I'm constantly devouring articles, podcasts, courses, and more. Though valuable, these can distract from my main focus, if I've set aside time on my calendar to give attention to specific items. To attend to things appropriately, and to be able to return to those fancy, yet valuable distractions later on, I find myself using LinkedIn's "Save" feature often. To find it, click the 3 dots in the top right corner of any post in your...

8 months ago • 2 min read
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