Join Britt Andreatta for an in-depth discussion in this video Deciding who to involve, part of Leading Change.
A common mistake leaders make is to involve the…wrong people, or the right people, at the wrong time.…Who you ask to participate in the change process, is…as important as the solution you design, if not more so.…While it's natural to want to involve people you already…have relationships with, this can…short-change your opportunity for reducing resistance.…You also don't want to invite too many people or too few people.…Just like Goldilocks, you need it to be…just right. Now, there is no magic formula.…It's what's right for your organization and your context.…
Luckily in phase one.…You assessed many aspects of your organization.…So, you're armed with the information you need to make the best choices.…My recommendation is to think of it as building two teams, the lead…team who will be responsible for the…change process including it's design and implementation.…These folks are in it for the duration from start to finish.…And then, you have the Input Team, who will…support the Lead Team in making the best choices possible.…
Along the way, the course covers techniques that will increase the likelihood of your change succeeding, such as anticipating resistance, creating a compelling vision, and using emotional intelligence to build staff consensus.
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- Understanding resistance and the emotions of change
- Assessing the need for change
- Building your change team
- Evaluating solutions
- Announcing the change
- Implementing change that works<br><br>
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