This Change Management Effectiveness Facilitator’s Guide enables a trainer to lead a half-day workshop administering, scoring, and interpreting, the Change Management Effectiveness Profile. Includes templates for development planning and 84 sets of coaching tips.
Provides an introduction to change management that can be used as a lecture primer in conjunction with a group exercise to introduce the topic. There are timing guidelines for the workshop and instructions on administering the assessment. The next 7 parts are short primers on each change management competency covering a more detailed definition of the competency including a process model of the skill. There are experiential exercises with facilitator notes and handout copy masters wherever appropriate.
Includes 84 sets of coaching tips, (12 per competency), designed to direct development for low scorers of each individual item (behaviour) on the questionnaire. Each set of coaching tips expands the context of the behaviour and provides several alternative best practices that can be used on-the-job to develop a specific skill.
There is a Personal Action Plan template and a Contract for Change that participants also get in either their assessment booklet or online report of results.
The Change Management Effectiveness Profile is a competency-based diagnostic instrument to help individuals determine their ability to manage change more effectively. To do this, the instrument breaks the subject down into seven key competencies for change management. This allows participants to assess their current ability at a detailed level, and then determine which competencies require more attention or focus to improve.
Each of these competency levels uses twelve questions to assess current overall competence, for a profile total of eighty-four questions. Each question stands alone, and can be combined with others to build a customised improvement or development plan to include the weakest competencies.
Research has shown that there are seven competencies that contribute to effective change management skills.
The Seven Competencies:
• Proactive Thinking
• Organisation for Change
• Involving Others
• Visualising the Future
• Communicating Clearly
• Breaking from the Past
• Consolidating New Learning.
Covers each of the seven competencies in detail. Participants discover more about themselves and others through discussion.
Specific strategies or action steps help individuals improve their overall effectiveness as well as improve competency areas where scores were low.