The Change products provide a wide range of inventories and assessments. These help your participants turn the potentially abstract concept of ‘change’ into practical approaches to personal and organisational change. Each resource is accompanied by an appropriate Facilitation Guide.
There are many ways of describing the impact of change on organisations and individuals. Understanding the dynamics of change management is the first step in being proactive in developing the skills and style flexibility needed to successfully implement a personal and organisational change management strategy.
Change is inevitable and usually well intentioned but managing individual and collective responses to changes is a real, and increasing challenge for everybody involved, whatever their role.
It is difficult to understand and predict how individual and organisational responses and behaviour will be affected by the changes themselves or the personalities and atitudes of those affected.
The Change Management Predictor is designed to smooth the path by increasing the awareness of your own approach and a greater appreciation of how best to work with others.
Whether you’re in the midst of a change effort or just planning one, you’ll need Leading Change at Every Level. Created for all organisational levels, this diagnostic tool drives home the importance of individual behaviour to the success of an overall change effort.
Change is here to stay; in today's empowered workplace what was once the role of senior management is now the responsibility of individuals throughout the organisation; from the executives at the top of the pyramid to the frontline employees at the base?
Leading Change at Every Level is the combination self-assessment and training workshop that measures skill level and develops the five behaviours of effective change leaders, those people who can effect how change is received at every level!
People in all sorts of different situations today need the ability to anticipate and respond effectively to any change that comes along. This skill is needed even more in today's fast-paced and competitive workplace, where it is expected that we demonstrate some 'change agent' skills. These skills enable us to lead ourselves, individuals, groups, teams and entire organisations in implementing actions that enable vision to be successfully transformed into reality.
Whatever form it takes, change needs to be managed!
If the individuals in your organisation are having a difficult time adapting and adjusting to organisational change, Mastering the Change Curve is your remedy!
It's an easy and effective change management assessment guide for bringing issues to the surface, providing a framework for healthy growth, and empowering individuals to shift their focus from the past to the future. Mastering the Change Curve is appropriate for individuals at any organisational level who are experiencing continuous change. The most appropriate target audience consists of individuals who are subject to change they did not initiate themselves.
Change can be a very uncomfortable experience even when we recognise its necessity.
Understanding our own reaction is an important first step to dealing with it. Change Reaction is an effective tool for understanding an individual’s attitude to change, and identifying ways to manage it better.
Managers are often just as stressed as employees by the rigours of change and don't always have the time or the skills necessary to anticipate all of their employees' emotional and professional needs. So, too often, employees feel resentful, confused, fearful, or resistant – and the change effort stalls
Dealing With Change takes participants through an introductory scenario, where they imagine that they are in the midst of a difficult and frustrating change initiative. They then rank 12 action items that will help them to participate positively in the change effort. Participants compare their scores to the expert ranking and discover how well they are managing change. An easy-to-learn, 5-step plan shows them how to transfer the learning back on the job.
A key strategy for managing and implementing change is to fully understand the concerns, including the subliminal and things that people may not want to openly admit. By more fully understanding the challenges it is possible to deal with them in an appropriate fashion and overcome them.
The questionnaire identifies these and other issues It can be used over time to measure progress and also averaged over a group to identify collective concerns.
The Leaders Guide establishes the Stages of Concern, and gives useful tools and approaches for dealing with each of them including “lesson” plans. The Leaders Guide is intended for Managers, Supervisors, Team Leaders HR Managers and Change Managers. It gives an understanding of how the questionnaire works, and some practical methods for using Change Abilitator.