Organisations don’t change – people do. The
first step in well-run change programs is preparing people for it. Many
organisations fixate on planning tasks needed to implement the change
itself – and often neglect the most important element: people.
The way people respond personally to
change is critical in determining how much, how well or even whether
they’ll change at all. Coping with change is stressful – even for those
in control of it. It’s twice as stressful for those who don’t feel much
in control of it at all.
People often feel overwhelmed or
powerless facing major change over which they feel they have little or
no control. While some enthusiastically embrace change, many more have
experienced ‘bad change’, which has left them feeling pessimistic,
deflated, cheated or change-fatigued.
Whatever shape change takes, people need
tools to help them cope, learn how to change and how to engage with it
This 1-day down-to-earth
action-based clinic can help pave the way
for smoother change transitions and more positive change cultures across
your workplace. It shows leaders how to help others better understand
and come to terms with change and to cultivate constructive change
energy. It provides tools and processes leaders can integrate into their
own ‘preparing people for change’ process they can run back in the
workplace. This clinic aims to help you: