Have you ever been handed a change that was designed by somebody else?…The reality is that mid level leaders are often responsible…for implementing change designed by those higher up in the hierarchy.…As a result, they're often not designing or driving how the change process unfolds.…And sometimes you'll be handed a change process that's not set up…for success and has violated many of the principles for facilitating change.…As a consultant, I can tell you this happens a lot…in organizations.…So I want you to be prepared with how to deal with it.…Often when poorly designed change is delegated…down, the leaders who have to implement…it pass along their own feelings of…disempowerment, by continuing to disempower those below them.…
But you have an amazing opportunity to create a successful change process.…Let's talk about how.…You're still going to use the 5 Phase Model…of Change, but you'll applying some of it differently.…The reality is that no matter who's in charge or how…poorly change has been desgined, humans still follow the change curve.…
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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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