DEVELOP INTERNAL CHANGE LEADERSHIP SKILLS
Change Management integrates the necessary behaviour, skills, commitment and alignment to ensure a successful outcome which contributes to the effective management of individuals and teams in order to achieve high levels of organisational performance.
Providing effective coaching for your co-workers as they deal with change and conflict can drastically improve productivity, and workplace morale.
Why should we invest in yet another change discipline?
If your project/change requires significant numbers of people to change values, attitudes or behaviours if it is to succeed, then consider using a Change Management approach. The costs involved are not large compared with the potential alternative of time and cost overruns.
Why Change Management - we already have Project Managers?
Organisations tend to focus on the technical changes e.g. changing processes, installing new hardware or software. However, the real benefit in any change comes when people modify their way of functioning and behaviour. When people believe that change has the potential to produce bad results for them, they are naturally reluctant to engage. Until the issues of not changing are made explicit, ducking the problem will be easier or safer course. To unlock the situation, the status quo must be established.
Engage your employees before the programme starts: Lack of employee engagement, communication, leadership and trust, tends to be one of the most ignored and problematic areas that usually shows up in your Employee Opinion Survey.
ENGAGE: BEFORE THE PROGRAMME STARTS
- Plan and execute change effectively.
- Identify and manage RISKS.
- Create solid and sustainable implementable plans.
- Create consistent communication messages
- Produce an effective tracking and accountability mechanism
A practical hands-on approach that uses the participants change projects as a vehicle for learning to embed best practice in your organisation.
- Connects change plans to your business goals.
- Gains support for your change.
- Teams work smarter and are clear on how to work together.
- Everyone understands the performance goals and knows what is expected of them
- Embeds best practice
- Improves employee engagement
- How to deliver on-time and budget
So what’s the difference that makes the difference? The key to success is involving employees in planning so they have a hand in creating the change as they are more likely to support it. The uninvolved tend to resist. Inspire and...