LEADING PEOPLE THROUGH CHANGE
TRYING TO SURVIVE CHANGE?
Organizational change is a fact of business life. Reorganizations, mergers and acquisitions, workforce downsizing or expansion, technology implementations, and new business initiatives are disruptive changes that impact large numbers of people. Ken Blanchard’s Leading People Through Change® program teaches your managers how to lead successful organizational change efforts by understanding the different stages of concern and adjusting their leadership style to improve productivity and morale.
LEADING A CULTURE OF CHANGE
The most successful companies are agile, and embrace change as part of their culture to stay ahead of the competition. When your managers know how to effectively create change, they anticipate resistance, proactively address concerns, and increase buy-in to ensure a successful change implementation, and move your organization forward.
INCREASE BUY-IN AND RESILIENCE
Managers who can diagnose and address the predictable concerns of their team members can reduce resistance and increase buy-in and commitment to the change.
GET RESULTS FASTER
Because a well managed and effective organizational development and change initiative builds momentum toward key organizational goals.
BUILD CHANGE-LEADERSHIP CAPABILITY
Successful companies that build the capacity to change into their culture not only develop resilience, but can implement change on an ongoing basis.
LEADING SUCCESSFUL CHANGE INITIATIVES
We know how disruptive managing change in organizations can be, and we also know how to help you preserve the morale and productivity of your people to achieve the desired results.
Ken Blanchard’s Leading People Through Change program teaches your managers how to lead successful, high involvement change initiatives. Managers learn how to identify and address the questions that employees typically raise. They will also learn how to resolve their concerns to increase buy-in, commitment, and involvement.
The program is based on 30 years of real-world change leadership consulting experience and research. People are less resistant to change when they have opportunities to share their concerns. They also want to be actively involved in the change process every step of the way.
70% OF ALL CHANGE INITIATIVES FAIL.
Failed or stalled change initiatives not only waste time and money, but they lower productivity and morale. Additionally they increase employee turnover.
Being able to effectively lead people through organizational change is critical to the future success of your company.