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Doug Riggle

People and Change

Doug is passionate about helping leaders and teams communicate amidst times of change. With a strong change management and employee communications background, Doug works to bring out the best in his clients as they manage through continually shifting priorities, projects and customer needs.

Doug began his career as an intern at the American Red Cross in Texas, working with media and public relations during disasters. Additionally, he has more than 30 years creating communication plans designed to inform, inspire and involve. In 2022 he took advantage of his remote roll and relocated from Columbus, Ohio to Lexington, South Carolina. And in his spare time he’s active at his church while working on his seventh book, I’d Rather Be a Buffalo.

How Creating a Case for Change Encourages Project Buy-In

Gain project buy-in from stakeholders by creating a case for change that outlines key elements and provides clarity.

Effective Change Leadership: Three Keys for Successful Change Communication

Effective change leadership is an important skill set. We share a few points to remember to help your next change communication go smoothly.

Proximity Bias is Inevitable: Four Actions Associates Should Take to Handle It

Imagine missing out on a promotion simply because you work remote. In this blog, we share four ways to help prevent proximity bias.

Proximity Bias in Leadership: Four Actions to Avoid Bias

In this blog, we share four tips for leaders to overcome a new challenge for remote and hybrid leaders and workers – proximity bias.

Communicating Change: Three OCM “Tools” You’re Probably Not Using

Spice up your organizational change management routine with three “tools” to improve internal communications and engagement.

Meet Your Guide: Navigate What’s Next with Doug Riggle

Doug Riggle is a Manager for our People and Change practice with expertise in change management, engagement and culture and organizational communications.

Adapting Internal Communications for Constant Change

You can use internal communications for more than just delivering information. It can drive change, shape culture and improve employee engagement.

7 Tips for Fostering a Remote Workplace Culture

Remote work is still mainstream. We share how you can easily cultivate a productive culture as a work-from-home team.