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Performing an Initial Impact Analysis Tool

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2017-06-21T13:26:53+00:00
The Initial Impact Analysis Tool is a simple and powerful tool to use at the launch of a change initiative to prepare you to understand the full scope of your change initiative.

Questions that Educate Tool

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2017-06-01T16:44:00+00:00
Use this worksheet to help leaders and others see what they are missing to make change initiatives more successful. acting success on change initiatives.

Ten Strategies to Work with Senior Leaders Who Don’t Get It Tool

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2017-06-19T18:15:21+00:00
This resource includes ten proven strategies for working with senior leaders who do not fully understand the people or change process dynamics impacting success on change initiatives.

A Candid Message to Senior Leaders: Ten Ways to Dramatically Increase the Success of Your Change Efforts

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2017-06-01T12:10:48+00:00
In this article, we want to share with you what we perceive you need to be doing—or doing differently, or to stop doing altogether—to get the return on investment you need from the change efforts you sponsor or lead. This is a candid portrayal based on our observations of our senior executive clients over the past four decades. The picture we paint here is further fortified by what we consistently hear from other seasoned consultants and project managers, both external experts and internal professionals, about the successes and challenges they face in getting their senior leaders to do what is required for change to succeed.

How to Be a Strong Leader in the Face of Uncertainty

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2017-06-01T12:11:20+00:00
A common assumption among leaders and managers is that their success is dependent on having the right answers at the right time and providing clear direction to their people amidst the clamor of day-to-day operations. This may have been historically true when the pace and complexity of change were moderate, but is far less so in times of large scale, high-pressured transformational change.

In this article we will outline six key actions that you can take to stay on top of the “bucking bronco” of change and continue to provide guidance and stability. We will demonstrate how these actions provide sound leadership in times of uncertainty, as well as debunk the faulty assumption that you, as the leader, should be all-knowing.

The Strategic Importance of Change Leaders Modeling the Change

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2017-06-01T12:11:58+00:00
One of the toughest change efforts we supported was made more difficult because the CEO was not willing to change himself in the very ways he was demanding that his organization change. The company was transforming its strategy, operations, business processes, and culture.

This article explores the key change leadership issue of “modeling,” and provides insights for how you can get your leaders to model the changes they are asking of your organization.

Topics to Assess Your Change Process Info Sheet

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2017-04-21T21:19:44+00:00
Given the assumption that change is continuous, and your intention is to strengthen your organization's ongoing capacity to lead large-scale change, this Info Sheet lists the different factors to consider in order for you to learn from your change process and establish best practices.

Factors Affecting Readiness and Capacity to Change Info Sheet

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2017-04-21T21:09:04+00:00
Your chances of succeeding in your current organizational change efforts are directly affected by your people's level of readiness and capacity to change. This Info Sheet provides a comprehensive list of dynamics that influence both readiness and capacity. Many leaders never address these topics in preparation for a major change effort. Some resist delving into such matters. However, inquiring into these subjects will likely surface information that, although it may be uncomfortable for the leaders to acknowledge, is key to aligning their change strategy with the true condition of the organization. At the very least, raising these topics will start many conversations among leaders and employees that would never otherwise have occurred, all in the name of building awareness for leading conscious transformation.

How to Implement a Common Change Methodology to Increase Your Organization’s Change Results and Skill

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2017-04-10T18:00:52+00:00
Increasingly, change leaders understand the critical need for a common change methodology when they are engaged in enterprise-wide transformation. Many leaders have experienced the unwieldy consequences of hiring numerous consultants for various projects, each espousing their own approach to change, and inadvertently wreaking havoc on the organization. Other leaders have seen the costs and burden of change skyrocket as numerous initiatives duplicate activities, compete for resources, or create overwhelm and fear in the organization.

In this article, we will outline a seven-step process that will enable your organization to actually implement a common approach to change and maximize your return on this key investment. The benefits your organization will realize by developing a common change methodology are significant.

Strategies for Securing Commitment Info Sheet

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2017-03-10T12:50:36+00:00
Obtaining commitment from your leaders and employees is absolutely essential to the success of your change effort. A key to achieving commitment is understanding its different levels, and how to nurture people from one level to the next.

The diagram on this Info Sheet represents the six very distinct and different levels of commitment that exist in people.