Now that you have your lead team, you can begin…designing the change process which is phase three of the model.…Your first order of business is to figure…out how and when you'll involve the input team.…While you may have done some initial assessment in phase two,…have the group revisit the list and make adjustments as necessary.…Pay special attention here to how you all feel about the resisters.…You want to make sure that you see them as…a vulable asset for identifying and understanding concerns and obstacles.…Be sure to involve the resisters early and often.…
The next task for your lead team is to start exploring…solutions that will address the problem…and work within your organization's context.…Again, the members of the input team can play roles in this part of the process.…But be careful not to box yourself in too much at the start.…Sometimes it's most productive to start with brainstorming…and pie in the sky visions, letting creativity flow.…It's often in those true brainstorming sessions that…unique solutions and out of the box thinking surface.…
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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
Skill Level Advanced
1. Understanding Change
2. Identifying the Need for Change
3. Building the Team
4. Designing the Change
5. Announcing the Initiative
6. Implementing and Maintaining the Change
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