It takes a large community to implement a change initiative. In this video, Bob McGannon explores how to support the change champions in your change community. Learn about substantial elements to manage your change champions, including selection, training and providing support throughout the change journey.
- No matter how gifted they are,…no one individual can implement a change initiative.…You need to build a change community…with the right make up, training and support…to successfully navigate substantial business change.…The foundation of your change community…is the user champion.…Often called the change champion or department champion,…they're given the mission to understand your change agenda…absorb the change, test the results…and integrate those changes into their department.…
There are three substantial elements…when managing your champions.…First, is the selection of the right people…to serve as champions.…Next is training these individuals so they can support you…and the business appropriately.…And last is supporting these champions…throughout your change initiative.…Let's take a closer look at each of these elements…starting with selection.…Selecting the right champions is crucial.…Look for people who are enthusiastic about the change.…
However, enthusiasm is not the only criteria.…They need to balance it with a healthy bit of skepticism…
- Understanding the levels of change management
- Working through the five phases of change management
- Creating a change plan
- Communicating change
- Implementing change
- Managing risk
- Reinforcing change
- Evaluating the change
- Guiding individuals through change
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Change Management Levels
2. Phases of Change Management
Create a change plan3m 59s
3. Change Management Competencies
4. The Individual's Change Journey
Next steps1m 58s
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